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"The Testament of Jean Meslier is a book-length philosophical essay promoting atheism, written by the author-priest and discovered upon his death. The book was described by its author as his "testament" to his parishioners, the text denounces all religion." --Sholem Stein

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A testament is a document that the author has sworn to be true. In law it usually means last will and testament.

Namesakes

  1. Old Testament
  2. New Testament
  3. The Testament of Dr. Mabuse (1933) by Fritz Lang
  4. Le Testament by Fran├žois Villon
  5. Petit Testament by Fran├žois Villon

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