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The Mighty Atom

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1906. To Those Self-Styled Progressivists, who by Precept and Example assist the Infamous Cause of Education Without Religion and Who by Promoting the Idea, Borrowed From French Atheists, of Denying to the Children in Schools and Elsewhere, the Knowledge and Love of God as the True Foundation of Noble Living, are Guilty of a Worse Crime Than Murder.
Published (first published July 1st 1896)
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Marie Corelli’s novel from 1896, “The Mighty Atom”, is an attempt by Corelli to show the evils of Atheism. Her dedication reads: “To those self-styled “progressivists,” who by precept and example assist the infamous cause of education without religion, and who by promoting the idea borrowed from French atheism, of denying to the children in board schools and elsewhere the knowledge and love of God as the true foundation of noble living are guilty of a worse crime than murder.”

Corelli then tells
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Marie Corelli (born Mary Mackay) was a British novelist, whose controversial works of the time often label her as an early advocate of the New Age movement.
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