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by Jonathan Rogers
Jonathan Rogers' book is a wonderful contribution. I appreciated how he connected Narnia to . Fiction author Jonathan Rogers takes up that challenge in writing this book: to know Jesus better in this world by studying the stories of another world.
Jonathan Rogers' book is a wonderful contribution. Lewis's nonfictional works, . Miracles, Screwtape Letters, Mere Christianity, and The Abolition of Man. Here is a sampling of Rogers' thoughts. One of Aslan's first acts after coming back to life is a game of chase with Susan and Lucy. There are seven, well-written chapters, corresponding to the seven books of the Chronicles of Narnia.
Christian reflection on . Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia series has become a cottage industry, but Rogers distinguishes himself as a fellow fantasy writer (theWilderking Trilogy) presenting a narrative analysis and exegesis of the Chronicles. This is no introduction to the series.
Rogers says, "Lewis uses fantasy to talk about the real world because it takes imagination to see what's true and . Here are some non-fiction books written by . Lewis that you'll see cited in THE WORLD ACCORDING TO NARNIA: -Mere Christianity.
Rogers says, "Lewis uses fantasy to talk about the real world because it takes imagination to see what's true and real in this world to. .It takes a certain amount of imagination to see that. God imbues every blade of grass, every conversation, every relationship with eternal meaning.
Reading The World According to Narnia, I was able to relive all the best parts of the Narnia books - quickly! I feel like I now better understand the Christian truths . This book is scholarly, but very readable, moving, and inspiring. I am more ready to enjoy the movie!!
S. Lewis wrote The Chronicles of Narnia with a Christian understanding of the world firmly in his mind. Jonathan Rogers unfolds the parallels between Lewis' seven-book series and Christian theology, pointing out similarities between events in Narnia and in Scripture.
S. Thus, it is no surprise that at every turn, some character or incident reflects parts of the Christian story. Whether you're new to the Chronicles or you've just finished The Last Battle, this book will expand your understanding and appreciation for Lewis' beloved classics.
In The World According to Narnia: Christian Meaning in C. S. Lewis Beloved Chronicles, Jonathan Rogers adds . Lewis Beloved Chronicles, Jonathan Rogers adds his voice to the long line of others who have discussed Christian meaning in the works Lewis is best known for. Rogers clearly has a grasp of Lewis major themes and ideas, and he understands Lewis intentions in writing The Chronicles. Rogers points out Christian ideology, including: self-sacrifice, the nature of sin, the concept of atonement, and the nature of faith
The World according to Narnia is a lively and engaging exploration of the many Christian themes in C. Lewis’ . Jonathan Rogers unfolds the parallels between Lewis’ seven-book series and Christian theology, pointing out similarities between events in Narnia and in Scripture.
The World according to Narnia is a lively and engaging exploration of the many Christian themes in C. Lewis’ widely-known and universally loved children’s stories. C. Whether you’re new to the Chronicles or you’ve just finished The Last Battle, this book will expand your understanding and appreciatio. Blackstone Audiobooks.
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The World According to Narnia: Christian Meaning in C. Lewis's Beloved Chronicles ( audiobook online ) : listen to free audio books In The World According to Narnia, Jonathan Rogers takes you further into the imaginative world of C. Lewis, showing how the story lines and characters from Narnia sing with biblical truth. The particular magic of the Narnia stories is their ability to awaken the reader to the imaginative possibilities that have been in the Gospel all along