Can you explain culpability for atheism in the Catechism?


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CCC 21225
Since it rejects or denies the existence of God, atheism is a sin against the virtue of religion. The imputability of this offense can be significantly diminished in virtue of the intentions and the circumstances.

What are some of the intentions and the circumstances that can diminish culpability for the sin of atheism?


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