He was a famous, well-known atheist who, after converting to Christianity, wrote some of the greatest pieces of literature of all time.
She was the co-founder of an organization dedicated to the persecuted church, as she and her husband were part of the underground and persecuted church during the Nazi years.
Out now is CS Lewis: The Most Reluctant Convert, a film about famed apologist, author and theologian, C.S. Lewis. The biopic tells the story of Lewis, from the loss of his mother – which contributed to his turn to atheism, – to his strained relationship with his dad, his time at Oxford and close friendship with J.R.R. Tolkien, his conversion to Christianity and his later life.
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Sunday, November 7 is the International Day of Prayer for Persecuted Christians. Coming to theaters for a limited release (November 8, 9 and 10th) is Sabina: Tortured for Christ- The Nazi Years. The film tells the story of Sabina Wurbrandt and her husband RIchard, the co-founders of Voice of the Martyrs.
The two hid Jews during Nazi Germany, and even suffered persecution and imprisonment for years because of their ministry work.
Watch the trailer below, and click here for tickets.