C.S. Lewis on silencing the voice of conscience

“One very effective way of silencing the voice of conscience is to impound in an Ism the teacher through whom it speaks: the trumpet no longer seriously disturbs our rest when we have murmured ‘Thomist,’ ‘Barthian,’ or ‘Existentialist.’ – C.S. Lewis, from the preface to his George MacDonald: An Anthology

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