C.S. Lewis: “A vague religion …”

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“A vague religion—all about feeling God in nature, and so on—is so attractive. It has all thrills and no work; like watching the waves from the beach . But you will not get to Newfoundland by studying the Atlantic, and you will not get eternal life by simply feeling the presence of God in flowers or music .”
C.S. Lewis,  Mere Christianity

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