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Author David R. Bock became an atheist in high school and studied philosophy as an undergraduate, including two years at the University of Vienna. A mystical encounter in a monastery in Germany and conversations with Catholic priests and laypeople caused him to rethink his views of God and religion. When David shifted to economics at Oxford and started his career, he continued to encounter people who talked to him about spirituality, Jesus of Nazareth, and the supernatural nature of the Christian walk. His journey from atheism to faith culminated during a dinner with friends when he was…mehr

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Author David R. Bock became an atheist in high school and studied philosophy as an undergraduate, including two years at the University of Vienna. A mystical encounter in a monastery in Germany and conversations with Catholic priests and laypeople caused him to rethink his views of God and religion. When David shifted to economics at Oxford and started his career, he continued to encounter people who talked to him about spirituality, Jesus of Nazareth, and the supernatural nature of the Christian walk. His journey from atheism to faith culminated during a dinner with friends when he was overwhelmed by the love of God and dramatically set free from the intellectual shackles of his atheism. Written in the form of a diary, The Journal of a Reluctant Atheist tells the story of David's conversion from atheism to Christian faith. This intellectual transformation spans a decade in his life from college to graduate school, marriage, and beginning a career in international finance and development. A Rhodes Scholar, David describes how God reveals himself through nature, other people, and personal experience, all the while leaving us free to choose between atheism and faith.