In this Lutheran Ladies’ Book Club recap episode, Rachel leads Sarah, Erin, and Bri in a deep-diving discussion of Joel Heck’s From Atheism to Christianity: The Story of C. S. Lewis.
What factors cause a person to abandon faith and become an atheist? Which plays the dominant role in conversion: the intellect or the imagination? How do the books we read and the media we consume either strengthen or challenge our faith? Can the phrase “you are what you eat” apply to books and media, as well?
Listen till the end to hear an announcement of the next Lutheran Ladies’ Book Club pick: George MacDonald’s classic fairy tale The Princess and the Goblin.
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