Prisoner or Professor?

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“Conscience, then, is more like the moaning of a prisoner in his cell than the discourse of a professor at his lectern. It is an alarm signal whose noise can be turned down but not off. It is our interior reality, which is inexplicable in the absence of God and inconsolable apart from his grace.” [David Wells, Losing Our Virtue (Grand Rapids, MI: Eerdmans, 1998), p. 171]

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