The Soul of Atlas: Ayn Rand, Christianity, a Quest for Common Ground (Henderson, NV: Reason Publishing, 2013)

…a highly accessible exploration of two philosophies that are ostensibly at odds with each other: Christianity and Objectivism. What makes the book so compelling is Henderson’s use of his personal narrative to explore what otherwise might be a highly cerebral subject matter. Few could write a book that grapples with deep philosophical issues and at the same time evoke deep emotion. But Henderson’s vulnerable display of his own life experience animates the story and invites the reader in.

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