Tag Archive: The Chronicles of Narnia

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 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…”

The Prophecy of the One Ring: Prologue

“‘Edmund, get away from there!’ his mother screamed, hauling him back from the window. ‘What did you think you were doing?'”

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’.”

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.

Emotional Depth and Imaginary Heights: Fantasy and Sci-Fi Stories That Teach Us How to Love

“I believe that the worth of a story…is dependent upon how much that story can reveal about our own souls, and ultimately, how much it can reveal to us about the Nature of Love…”

Caspian’s Wife: A Chronicles of Narnia Fan-Fiction Story

“Caulitha entered the Throne Room and was amazed, for what she saw was an exact replica of what had been…On the stairs of the dais, Caulitha saw the statues of her father, aunts, and uncle; she smiled as she slowly walked up the stairs.” (Rated: G)