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Book Of The Month For May 2017: From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. S. Lewis

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Book Of The Month For May 2017:  From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. S. Lewis
From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. S. Lewis

By Joel Heck

2017/Paperback/214 pages/Adult

This is the story of how one of the world’s most famous atheists became one of its most famous Christians.

Overview:

From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. S. Lewis is the spiritual homecoming story of Clive Staples Lewis, a careful and thoughtful scholar who spent fifteen years journeying the long road from atheism to theism and, eventually, to Christianity. Drawing from Lewis’s own writings, as well as those he sought out during his quest for spiritual understanding, From Atheism to Christianity highlights the longing, reluctance, searching, and surrender that defined these years of Lewis’s life and provides answers to the questions that surround this profound character.

A Peek Inside

Book Of The Month For May 2017:  From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. S. Lewis - Image 1What attracted Lewis to atheism and eventually Christianity? 
- How did he leave atheism behind?
- Why did his journey take fifteen years? 
- Who influenced his thought during those years? 
- What authors did he read, and whom did he interact with and confide in?
- Explore the most tumultuous and defining years of C. S. Lewis’s life, gathering clues that reveal the meaning of life for contemporary atheists and theists—all from the perspective of one who knew both atheism and Christianity from the inside.

“Remember, I had always wanted, above all things, not to be ‘interfered with.’ I had wanted (mad wish) ‘to call my soul my own.’” —C. S. Lewis 

 

Book Of The Month For May 2017:  From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. S. Lewis - Image 2About the Author:

Dr. Joel D. Heck teaches courses on C. S. Lewis, Old and New Testament, and Reformation history at Concordia University Texas. He is the author or editor of fourteen books and dozens of articles, several of which are about C. S. Lewis. He also maintains a website on C. S. Lewis at www.joelheck.com. He lives in Austin, Texas, with his wife, Cheryl. They have three grown children.

You can order the book online at Concordia Publishing House, Kindle, or Itunes or by contacting our Church Office.


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