What does Canto 30 of In Memoriam suggest about Tennyson's views of religion?

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In this section of this tremendous poem, the speaker describes one Christmas soon after Hallam's death where he is struggling to get into the festive spirit, burdened as he is by the death of Hallam and his grief. However, he and his friends gradually find hope and consolation in the promise of the afterlife in Christianity:

Our voices took a higher range;
Once more we sang: ‘They do not die
Nor lose their...

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