This chapter considers accusations of atheism against Oxford, specifically, those made by his erstwhile friends, Henry Howard, Charles Arundel, and Francis Southwell. His atheism is not so much a principled belief as mere sacrilege — criticizing the most cherished beliefs of the Christian faith.
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