New film about C.S. Lewis’ struggle to believe has something for everyone [Angelus]
From Angelus by Msgr Richard Antall
There are many young people who think that they are atheists today. My counseling of drug addicts and alcoholics leads me to believe that some are merely agnostic and most have problems with God because they are prisoners of resentments and a great deal of emotional pain. I hope some of them have a chance to see “The Most Reluctant Convert.”
Spanning C.S. Lewis' bitter childhood, WWI and his life-changing friendships at Oxford, The Most Reluctant Convert depicts the events that shaped Lewis' early life and journey from hard-boiled atheism to prolific Christianity.