Yep, another quote from one of my favorite Christian apologists, C. S. Lewis.
To give my thoughts on this quote would almost certainly accentuate his witty and informative remark in a negative way. But, hopefully I can stress his crucial point out a little further.
See, many skeptics now (more so than in the time of Lewis) think that religion is just something that people believe and practice to feel good. We go to church, eat some bread and drink some grape juice, get some sort of pit feeling in our heart, and do it over again next week .
But when you read The Bible, you find that this is an incredible misuse of Christianity. In fact, no one knew this better than Jesus Himself, who said this:
"Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me." -Matthew 16:24
If you don't understand what it means to take up your cross, it means to die. I'm no expert in dying, but 9/10 people agree that it's not cool.
Anyway, this is just to show people that we don't just believe to feel good on a weekly basis. We believe because we are convinced in the truth of our convictions.