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This sermon discusses the relationship between religion and society. First, Lewis assures the reader that religion is not simply a solitary action. Because the New Testament describes the church as a body, Lewis assets that religion is very much related to man's relation with others. Moreover, in Lewis's time, people rarely find themselves alone.

This gets in the way of a person developing himself or herself in the way the great minds of the past did. Because of advances in technology during the time of Lewis, man never finds himself alone, without influence of the news of the outside world. Given this, Lewis describes the average person as "starved or solitude."

However, religion does not exist in solitude. A person who waits for solitude to peruse religion, according to Lewis, is listening to a ploy of the enemy. Yet, one's religion does not benefit from...

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