Life of C.S. Lewis examined at BYU's Campus Education Week

by | Aug. 22, 2013

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One of the most prolific Christian writers began as an atheist. BYU's Campus Education Week examined the life and conversion of C.S. Lewis in one of the approximately a thousand classes offered on campus during the 91st annual event.

Sherrie Mills Johnson, adjunct professor of ancient scripture at Brigham Young University, provided context for Lewis' life, explaining the background for choices such as converting from atheism to eventually finding a testimony of Jesus Christ.

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