This lesson is
going to be much different from the others that we have been studying.
Instead of discussing scientific evidence and instead of trying to
handle intellectually the challenges and problems of our day, we want
to talk life. With this lesson is a copy of my own personal story, Why I Left Atheism
It tells what caused me to leave atheism and become a Christian. I want
you to think about some questions that I hope will allow you to reflect
upon how you got to be where you are, where you would like to go with
your life, and why. My hope is that there will be some way that I can
be useful to you, and that by our association through this course we
can get to be spiritual brethren, united in our search for Truth and
meaning in life.
If you do not wish to participate in this, that is fine. Let me just
say to you that I appreciate your study of this course, and if there is
ever any way I can be of service to you I would welcome the opportunity
to do so.
John N. Clayton
Lesson 13 Questions
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Intermediate Correspondence Course.