Enthusiasm for Lobsters

what not to do as a newbie writer

\”You will be interested in God’s existence only if, in advance of proof, you care about the subject. And that depends on more than mere existence. What does it matter to you if I can prove that lobsters exist, if you’re not interested in seafood at all? The theologian’s real job should be to work up your enthusiasm for the Lobster Himself. Only after that can he talk about the Unlobstered First Lobster without putting you to sleep.\” (Robert Farrar Capon, The Romance of the Word, 254)

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