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According to his book Atheism in Our Time, Lepp was an atheist and Marxist for many years and claimed to have occupied important positions in the communist party with whom he later became very disillusioned. He then converted to Roman Catholicism and was ordained a priest in 1941. He wrote many non-fiction books including some about atheism, religion, and later psychiatry, as he was a psychologist and psychoanalyst.
He wrote among other books: The Ways of Friendship, The Psychology of Loving, The Authentic Existence, The Communication of Existences. He also wrote The faith of men; meditations inspired by Teilhard de Chardin (Teilhard et la foi des homme), about the French thinker Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.
- The Challenges of Life: Viewing Ourselves In Our Existential Totality, 1969
- The Art of Being an Intellectual, 1968
- The Depths of the Soul: a Christian Approach to Psychoanalysis, Staten Island, N.Y.: Alba House, 1966 (orig. Clarté et ténèbres de l’âme: Essai de psychosynthèse, Paris: Aubier, 1956)
- The Ways of Friendship, New York: Macmillan Co., 1966
- The Authentic Morality, 1965
- A Christian Philosophy of Existence, 1965
- Atheism In Our Time, New York: Macmillan Co., 1963
- The Psychology of Loving, 1963
- The Christian Failure, 1962
- Health of Mind and Soul, New York: Alba, 1966 (orig. Hygiène De L'Âme, Paris: Aubier, 1958)
- Death & Its Mysteries, 1968
- Eesti kirjanike leksikon, Tallinn: Eesti Raamat, 2000, pp. 285-286 (in Estonian)
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