On this day 47 years ago, John F. Kennedy, C.S. Lewis and Aldous Huxley all died. These three men are remembered for three completely different things, of course, but they all helped to shape the ideas and worldviews of their generation.

Some time later, Peter Kreeft wrote an imaginary conversation between the three. In Between Heaven and Hell, Dr. Kreeft thinks about what it would be like if the three met up again shortly after they died. How would a conversation like that sound? It is quite an enjoyable book, and has much to say about the prevalent worldviews of atheism, secular humanism and Christianity. I absolutely recommend you read the book.

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