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You must not do, you must not even try to do, the will of the Father unless you are prepared to 'know of the doctrine'. C.S. Lewis - Surprised by Joy
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Every sin is the distortion of an energy breathed into us... C.S. Lewis - Letters to Malcolm
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We poison the wine as He decants it into us; murder a melody He would play with us as the instrument...Hence all sin, whatever else it is, is sacrilege. C.S. Lewis - Letters to Malcolm
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...of that intimate laughter between fellow professionals, which of all earthly powers is strongest to make men do very bad things before they are yet, individually, very bad men. C.S. Lewis - That Hideous Strength
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And then she understood the devilish cunning of the enemies' plan. By mixing a little truth with it they had made their lie far stronger. C.S. Lewis - The Last Battle
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To admire Satan [in Paradise Lost] is to give one's vote not only for a world of misery, but also for a world of lies and propaganda, of wishful thinking, of incessant autobiography. C.S. Lewis - A Preface to 'Paradise Lost'
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The extremity of its evil had passed beyond all struggle into some state which bore a horrible similarity to innocence. C.S. Lewis - Perelandra
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Hatred obscures all distinctions. C.S. Lewis - 'On Science Fiction', Of Other Worlds
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Sleeping on a dragon's hoard with greedy, dragonish thoughts in his heart, he had become a dragon himself. C.S. Lewis - The Voyage of the 'Dawn Treader'
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The gravitation away from God, 'the journey homeward to habitual self', must, we think, be a product of the Fall. C.S. Lewis - The Problem of Pain
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