David Downing, The Most Reluctant Convert: C.S. Lewis’s Journey to Faith

When he was 17 years old C.S. Lewis said, “I believe in no religion. There is absolutely no proof for any of them, and from a philosophical standpoint Christianity is not even the best.”

How did Lewis move from militant atheist to Christian apologist? How did exposure in his youth to a judging and joyless Christianity shape his journey? What was the mix of intellectual and mystical in his attraction to the faith?These and other issues are discussed in this interview with the author.

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