The Chronicles of Narnia: Wholesome Entertainment or Gateway to Paganism?
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The Chronicles of Narnia: Wholesome Entertainment or Gateway to Paganism?

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THIS VOLUME EXAMINES THE LIFE, WORKS, AND INFLUENCE OF C.S. LEWIS (1898-1963). THIS IS NO MERE ACADEMIC EXERCISE. FOR YEARS LEWIS HAS BEEN HELD IN HIGH ESTEEM IN THE COLLEGE AND SEMINARY CLASSROOMS. NOW HOWEVER, HE IS COMING INTO THE HEARTS OF ANOTHER GENERATION OF UNSUSPECTING PEOPLE WORLDWIDE BY VIRTUE OF THE NEW MOVIE THE LION, THE WITCH, AND THE WARDROBE, AND ITS SCHED...more
Paperback, 237 pages
Published January 1st 2006 by Bible Belt Publishing
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Alyosha
I doubt that these authors have even read the Chronicles of Narnia. Maybe the whole thing is just really, really, tongue-in-cheek and subtly sarcastic? Maybe? One can hope.

I take the book off my shelf every so often and reread the most ludicrous pieces. Most amusing.
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