Jane Austen on Atheism

The author of Pride and Prejudice was a committed believer. Jane Austen died 200 years ago today on July 18, 1817. She is buried in Winchester Cathedral in Hampshire, England.

Rebecca McLaughlin,¬†Vice President of Content for the Veritas Forum, outlines a response to contemporary atheism from the life of Jane Austen. You can access her article here. McLaughlin demonstrates how Austen’s prayers, life, and works all serve as a repudiation to the popular secular outlook of our day. It seems the author of Sense and Sensibility found atheism to be rather insensible.