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When a classical Christian student wrestles with a Great Book, when he seeks to extract from it its essence of God-born Truth while simultaneously guarding his mind from error, he is exercising those very faculties of mind—consciousness and reason, conscience and volition—that most closely mimic the nature of that God in whose image he was created. Indeed, to make a proper and effective use of those faculties is to move closer to God and to that Truth of which he alone is the source. -Louis Markos

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