January 10, 2013

A C.S. Lewis Lesson for All of Us

Eric Metaxas, Break Point

If you've read The Chronicles of Narnia, you know they are loaded with Christian themes and symbols. That's why many assume that C. S. Lewis wrote them in order to send some kind of Christian message.

But Lewis himself insisted otherwise. The tales, he said, started as a series of pictures that came into his mind and set his imagination working. The result was not sermons, but stories-beautiful stories loved by believers and non-believers alike for decades.

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