The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, in my opinion, is beyond words and description. Its merit in linking spirituality and fiction are above measure. Any believer in Christ and his death and resurrection can place themselves in Edmund’s shoes, having committed a crime beyond redemption, forcing your protector and confidante to take your place. I will admit that I might not understand all the theology behind this literary work of C.S. Lewis, but I can most definitely appreciate the story and how it affects my view of God.
“He is not safe, but he is good.”
by C.S. Lewis
Originally published in 1950