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The Question of God: C.S. Lewis and Sigmund Freud &hellip by Armand M. Nicholi
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1.0 out of 5 stars Back to the Dark Ages, 23 Oct 2005
This is shameless propaganda. I could hardly believe it when I got into this book. It promises to be a serious comparison between the views of Freud and Lewis, but behold: It is a poorly concealed advertisement for Christianity.
There are unsubstantiated opinions or untruths in the book, e.g. that 'the Gospels are historical documents' and, perversely, that 'He appeared in the writings of Roman and Jewish historians and therefore was more than a myth'. Shocking - since there was absolutely no mention of him by any contemporary Roman historians, and the only reference to him in Flavius Josephus, the Jewish historian writing for the Romans, has been exposed for what it is: A much later… Read more