Sigmund Freud

Sigmund Freud was rejecting of religion and considered it as unnecessary in the presence of scientific inquiry. His views however, are in stark contrast with
C.S. Lewis’, who was his contemporary. To evaluate the convergence and divergence of Psychoanalytic theory with Christian faith, students will explore the
PBS website for their program The Question of God, which explores Freud’s and Lewis’ views on faith and religion. Students should be sure to click on the
various links and read the videos transcriipts included, as this information will serve as the topic of the Discussion Board this week.
Resources: The Question of God: Two Different Lives.
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