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Is atheism always a sin against the First Commandment?

Posted on August 4, 2014 at 7:07 AM
Atheism is not a sin if a person has learned nothing about God or has examined the question about God’s existence conscientiously and cannot believe.
 
The line between being unable to believe and being unwilling to believe is not clear.  The attitude that simply dismisses faith as unimportant, without having examined it more closely, is often worse than well-considered atheism.
 

Categories: Apologetics, Atheism, Catechism, Catholic, Church, Commandments, God, Learn the Catholic Faith

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