Dr. Sigmund Freud was renowned for his wild theories and offbeat psychoanalysis. Conversely, C.S. Lewis gained esteem as a well-respected literary genius. Freud, an avowed atheist, rejected God’s existence and called belief in the almighty a neurosis motivated by the “longing for a father.” Lewis, on the other hand, embraced Jesus Christ wholeheartedly.
The two, in practically every sense, were polar opposites. Just imagine the sparks that would have flown had they interacted on some of life’s most basic questions. Now, based on a popular stage play in multiple U.S. cities, you can actually see the epic clash unfold.