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Reason

Lewis refers to this as something with which his audience is familiar; he uses it to support his ideas.

War

This event is happening at the time Lewis gives his sermons and he says that it is sometimes a necessary evil.

Heaven

Lewis's view of this place is uncommon in Christian texts but referred to constantly throughout his sermons.

Science

Lewis does not define this idea well in his writing but draws on his experience with it to bolster his arguments.

Bible

Lewis quotes from this authority frequently and cites it as evidence for his thoughts.

Poetry

Lewis tries to define the role of this form of expression in his theology but decides that it does not fully mesh with theology in general.

Art

Lewis uses this form of expression in an attempt to illustrate heaven for his audience.

Sun

Lewis uses this object as a metaphor...

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