Religious Conversions

GUESTS: Eric Metaxis Writer, children's books Converted from agnosticism to christianity Diana Hayes Assistant Professor of Theology, Georgetown University Converted from African Methodist Episcopal to Roman Catholicism The stories shared among those who have gone through a religious conversion have common elements. The conversion usually takes place somewhere between late teens and mid-thirties, it tends to occur at a time of personal crisis, and it's often life changing. More and more Americans with little or no religious upbringing have found an intimate way to embrace religion, through a conversion experience.

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