7 Wonders of C. S. Lewis’ Narnia Chronicles
C.S. Lewis is the beloved author of the Narnia Chronicles. Readers of all ages and faiths (or no faith) enjoy these books. The tale speaks on several levels. The human heart and mind picks up on deeply entrenched truth, beauty and goodness in the books. There are medieval elements. There is a struggle of life and death, the tension of good and evil. There is an eschatological element. There is the dance and the fight. There is death and resurrection. There is delight and wonder. Lewis’ faith is all over the pages of these beloved tales, though they are not intended to be Christian tales-- they can’t help it. How did C. S. Lewis come to write these stories? Why did he write them? November 23rd (1963) is C. S. Lewis’ death day. Let’s celebrate Lewis and remember his wonderful Narnia tales.