1 The foolish bodies saye in their hertes: Tush, there is no God. Corrupte are they, and become abhominable in their wickednesses: there is not one, that doth good.
Bible verses about "atheism" | Coverdale
37 Yf I do not ye workes of my father, beleue me not:
44 No man can come vnto me, excepte the father which hath sent me, drawe him. And I shal rayse him vp at the last daye.
22 Fle thou the lustes of youth, but folowe righteousnes, faith, loue, peace, with all them that call vpon the LORDE with pure hert. 23 As for folish questions and soch as teach not, put them fro the: for thou knowest that they do but geder stryfe. 24 The seruaunt of the LORDE ought not to stryue, but to be gentle vnto euery man: apte to teach, one that can forbeare 25 the euell, one yt can with mekenesse enfourme them yt resist: yf God at eny tyme wyl geue them repentaunce for to knowe the trueth, 26 and to turne agayne from the snare of the deuell, which are holden in preson of him at his will.
8 Bewarre lest eny ma spoyle you thorow philosophy and disceatfull vanite after the tradicions of men, and after the ordinauces of the worlde, and not after Christ.
7 Axe the catell, & they shal enfourme the: the foules of the ayre, and they shall tell ye: 8 Speake to the earth, and it shall shewe the: Or to the fyshes of the see, and they shal certifie the. 9 What is he, but he knoweth, that ye hode of the LORDE made all these? 10 In whose honde is the soule of euery lyuynge thinge, and the breth of all men. 11 Haue not the eares pleasure in hearinge, and the mouth in tastinge the thinge that it eateth? 12 Amonge olde personnes there is wy?dome, and amonge the aged is vnderstodinge. 13 Yee with God is wy?dome and strength, it is he that hath councell & foreknowlege. 14 Yf he breake downe a thinge, who can set it vp agayne? Yf he shutt a thinge, who wil open it? 15 Beholde, yf he witholde the waters, they drye vp: Yf he let the go, they destroye the earth. 16 With him is strength and wy?dome: he knoweth both the disceauer, and him that is disceaued. 17 He carieth awaye the wyse men, as it were a spoyle, and bryngeth the iudges out of their wyttes. 18 He lowseth the gyrdle of kynges, and gyrdeth their loynes with a bonde. 19 he ledeth awaye the prestes into captiuyte, and turneth the mightie vp syde downe. 20 He taketh the verite from out of the mouth, & disapoynteth ye aged of their wy?dome. 21 He poureth out confucion vpon prynces, and coforteth them that haue bene oppressed. 22 Loke what lyeth hyd in darcknesse, he declareth it opely: and the very shadowe of death bringeth he to light. 23 He both increaseth the people, and destroyeth them: He maketh them to multiplie, and dryueth them awaye. 24 He chaungeth the herte of the prynces and kynges of the earth, and disapoynteth them: so that they go wadringe out of the waye, 25 and grope in the darke without light, stackeringe to and fro like droncken men.
1 The sprete speaketh euydently, that in ye latter tymes some shal departe from the faith, and shal geue hede vnto spretes of erroure, and deuelish doctrynes, of them 2 which speake false thorow ypocrysie, and haue their coscience marked with an whote yron, 3 forbyddinge to mary, and comaundynge to abstayne fro the meates, which God hath created to be receaued wt geuynge thankes of them which beleue and knowe the trueth. 4 For euery creature off God is good, and nothinge to be refused, yt is receaued with thankesgeuynge: 5 for it is sanctifyed by the worde of God and prayer.
14 Howbeit the naturall man perceaueth nothinge of ye sprete of God. It is foolishnes vnto him, and he can not perceaue it: for it must be spiritually discerned.
19 because that it, which maye be knowne of God, is manifest with the. For God hath shewed it vnto the, 20 that the inuisible thinges of God (that is, his euerlastinge power and Godheade) mighte be sene whyle they are considered by the workes from the creacion of the worlde: so that they are without excuse,
24 Ye se then how that of dedes a man is iustified, and not of faith only
1 The foolish bodyes saye in their hertes: Tush, there is no God. They are corrupte, ad become abhominable in their doynges, there is not one yt doth good.
18 blynded in their vnderstondinge, beynge straungers fro the life which is in God thorow the ignoraunce that is in them, because of the blyndnes of their hert:
22 And haue copassion on some, separatinge the: