The author below takes deadly aim at the abundance of sentimentality in the Christian subculture. Indeed, much of it is treacle. However, methinks he stray too far into snobbery, mostly by failing to consider approachability. Yes, nearly all of George Herbert and John Donne can be read, understood, and loved by the ordinary person. This is not always true of either TS Elliot or Gerard Manley Hopkins, both of whom I have struggled to understand. If you need extensive commentary or annotation to be able to understand it, the ordinary person never will unless begrudgingly compelled.