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It is in the process of being worshipped that God communicates His presence to men. C.S. Lewis - Reflections on the Psalms
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I think we delight to praise what we enjoy because the praise not merely expresses but completes the enjoyment; it is its appointed consummation. C.S. Lewis - Reflections on the Psalms
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The Psalmists in telling everyone to praise God are doing what all men do when they speak of what they care about. C.S. Lewis - Reflections on the Psalms
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Every poem can be considered in two ways- as what the poet has to say, and as a thing which he makes. C.S. Lewis - A Preface to Paradise Lost
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The modern idea of a Great Man is one who stands at the lonely extremity of some single line of development- C.S. Lewis - A Preface to Paradise Lost
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Disobedience to conscience is voluntary; bad poetry, on the other hand, is usually not made on purpose. C.S. Lewis - A Preface to Paradise Lost
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Reasoning is never, like poetry, judged from the outside at all. C.S. Lewis - A Preface to Paradise Lost
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Only the skilled can judge the skillfulness, but that is not the same as judging the value of the result. C.S. Lewis - A Preface to Paradise Lost
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Who can endure a doctrine which would allow only dentists to say whether our teeth were aching, only cobblers to say whether our shoes hurt us, and only governments to tell us whether we were being well governed? C.S. Lewis - A Preface to Paradise Lost
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Everything except God has some natural superior; everything except unformed matter has some natural inferior. C.S. Lewis - A Preface to Paradise Lost
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