Objections to Christianity… are phrased in words, but that does not mean they are really a matter of language and analysis and argument. Words are tokens of the will. If something stronger than language were available, then we would use it. But by the same token, words in defence of Christianity miss the mark as well: they are a translation into the dispassionate language of argument of something that resides far deeper, in the caverns of volition, of commitment.
Alan Jacobs. The Narnian: The Life and Imagination of C S Lewis (2005)