The Works of Francis Bacon (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from The Works of Francis Bacon
In the Meditations, he se s, this-i dare affirm in knowledge of nature, that a little natural philosophy, and the first entrance into it, doth dispose the Opinion to atheism but on the other side, much natural philosophy and wading deep into it will bring about men's minds to religion wherefore atheism every way' seems to he joined and combined with folly and ignorance, seeing nothing can be more justly allotted to be the saying of fools, than this, There is no God.'
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