Famous Last Words
I've been reading through the letters of C.S. Lewis and was encouraged by what Lewis wrote to his childhood friend Arhur Greeves in 1916: "You ask me my religious views: you know, I think, that 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. All religions, that is, all mythologies to give them their proper name, are merely man's own invention--Christ as much as Loki." Similar to the Apostle Paul, Lewis made an about face later in life, which goes to show that even the skeptic can become a believer.