Mark Twain married a Christian lady. She at first didn't want to marry, but later did. He at first went through the motions of religion with her, but later said he couldn't keep up the hypocrisy. In time, she came to the place where she no longer believed in a personal God. During a time of deep grief, Twain said to his wife, "If your Christian faith will comfort you, go back to it." She replied, "I have none."