It is theism, in its purest as in its impurest shape, that the writer condemns.
It simply has no more to do with Theism than the first book of Euclid has.
Theism is the easiest of all religions to get, but the most difficult to keep.
In work after work dealing with theism one looks in vain for some definition of "God."
Honestly to be of service to theism the God established ...