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Finding God in the Land of Narnia by Kurt Bruner and Jim Ware

C. S. Lewis made it clear that the Chronicles of Narnia were not written as, and were never intended to be read as, allegories. Rather, the story grew out of a supposition, an imagination of what another fallen world, its history, and its redemption might look like.

Bruner and Ware, while maintaining an obvious respect for Lewis’s original intent, select brief passages – no more than a sentence or two – from the Narnia books and explore applications to “real life,” drawing connections to holy Scripture, Lewis’s other works, the writings of other great authors, even hymns. Their thoughtful presentation of these themes is simple and easily understood, but leads one to deeper reflection on the ideas brought forth.

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