He read Mere Christianity and realized for the first time that there were sound arguments supporting the belief in God. He had been taught that it was senseless and baseless and once he saw the strong intellectual support, he became a Christian.
He read the book Mere Christianity. It explained some of the questions and arguments he held about God and creation
Frank was given and taught only one way to believe in the creation and existence of life. When presented with an alternative view- including intelligent arguments for creationism – he came to believe in the supernatural claims of the Bible. His readings of Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis revealed to him the truth.
Frank came to understand that there are intelligent arguments for Christianity and that arguments concerning such can be thought through and intelligently discussed.
He was challenged by the fact that Christian could be intelligent could argue realistic and truthful arguments.
His readings of Mere Christianity by C. S. Lewis revealed to him that there were arguments for the existence of God and the truthfulness of Christianity “that it was actually something that you could be intellectually satisfied in thinking through and studying.”