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Human exaltedness lies in spiritual depth rather than corporal shallowness; it is our spirituality that makes us God's stewards or khalifah.
In paragraph 17, the plural "points" would refer to Theron's assumptions about Alice's agreement; the exaltedness of the point of view may be his, but in the expansiveness of his imaginings, there are two figures, his and Alice's, wedded in ideology as well as body.
If it was in the latter half of George III's reign that the exaltedness of the Crown began to be expressed in terms of domestic metaphors, Victoria's reign exalted the Home in political terms.