Tag Archive: C.S. Lewis

Love Me: A Chronicles of Narnia Fan-Fiction Story

“Only love everyone as I have loved you and then all peoples will know that you are mine.”

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The Prophecy of the One Ring: Chapter 2 – Back on This Side of the Door

“‘I am in the pay of the White Witch; the one who calls herself Queen of Narnia, though she’s not…'”

The Pleasure of His Majesty: Kingship in the Works of the Inklings

“Their kings are neither the figureheads with which we are familiar in everyday life nor the all-powerful despots the modern mind conjures up…Rather, they are mythic figures of romance, images, like their prototypes of Arthur and Charlemagne, of Christ the King.”

The Prophecy of the One Ring: Chapter 1 – Lucy Looks into a Wardrobe

“Getting up, the girl pulled open the door, dislodging some moth balls that fell to the floor, and looked inside at several long fur coats…”

Sunday School and Narnia: Hell as a Separation from God

“Essentially, Hell is separation from God. It’s all of the bad and none of the good…just like how the White Witch turned Narnia into ‘always winter and never Christmas’.”

I’ve Got No Strings: Pinocchio, C.S. Lewis, and the Meaning of Conscience

Read about the profound connection between the “I’ve Got No Strings” song in Pinnochio and C.S. Lewis’s exploration of the nature of our consciences.

Evil and Omnipotence: Is the Problem of Evil Fatal to Traditional Theism?

J.D. Wilson explores the tough issue of the Problem of Evil, and whether or not it is fatal to traditional theism.

Tolkien and Lewis: The Last Sane Men Standing and Their Understanding of Fantasy

James Gill explores the Christian-based sub-creating methods used by J.R.R. Tolkien and C.S. Lewis.