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He did everything which there was to be done. But fate had decided otherwise hence the tragic death of his wife left an indelible scar on his heart. This was the point when he started to challenge the justice of God. He was never an atheist per se. You can say it was an open rebellion against God therefore he was a firm believer of God's existence otherwise what else had he rebelled against? So the point is atheism covers a wide spectrum of definitions and some of those definition do not, at all, renounce the presence of God as I explained in the story.
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He had done everything that could be done, but Fate had decided otherwise, and the tragic death of his wife had left an indelible scar on his heart. This was the point at which he challenged God's justice. He had never been an atheist per se: if this was an open rebellion against God, then he must firmly believe in God's existence; otherwise, what had he rebelled against? Atheism covers a wide spectrum of beliefs, and some of these do not at all renounce the existence of God.
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A belated thank you, Mr Micawber.