“Atheism to Catholicism: a faith journey” – Dr. Mark Bauerlein

Drawing on the story of his own spiritual journey, Mark Bauerlein talks about the significance of atheism as a compelling mode of adolescent rebellion and what pulled him out of that.

Dr. Mark Bauerlein, of Emory University in Atlanta, is featured on campus by Writers Read. He is well versed on the value and future of the humanities as well as the relationship between Christian faith and the humanities.
Dr. Bauerlein is author of The Dumbest Generation: How the Digital Age Stupefies Young Americans and Jeopardizes our Future (or Don’t Trust Anyone under 30).

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