Beyond the Zone: God and The Spiritual Journey
The religious symbolism behind the Chronicles of Narnia
CS Lewis explained in a letter to Arthur Greeves in October 1931, that he set out his story of Aslan as a retelling of the “actual incarnation, crucifixion, and resurrection.”
Lewis does not tell us what Jesus Christ is like; he shows us what Aslan is like, and allows us to take things from there by ourselves.
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The Main Themes of Chronicles of Narnia
- Good vs. Evil. In The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, good and evil are straightforward and undisguised. …
- Compassion and Forgiveness.
- Guilt and Blame.
The Natural World and Magic
Better start writing my own book, based on these themes, then!
“Better get ‘crack’n/weaven’ then, craig”…as my dear…
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