Tuesday, December 13, 2005
Narnia Bible Study & Movie Reviews
Wow, I thought I'd try to round up a definitive list of 'War on Christmas' posts. Lost cause. I couldn't keep up! So, on to the next topic (read: short attention span).
What's the next topic? Narnia, of course. The movie. Is it good? Is it a bust? Does it stay true to the Christian message? Does it have to? What are your thoughts?
For a podcast bible study based on the book by C.S. Lewis, try this mp3 from Man in the Mirror, with Patrick Morley.
1. Graphic Source: With permission from Jonathan Reid at Apeiros. If you happen to like this graphic and want to use it on your site, simply contact Mr. Reid. He's blog friendly.
2. And Then I Woke Up posts a review of The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe.
3. Questions and Answers has some folks reviewing the movie as well.
4. Catez at Allthings2all discloses the where in Finding Narnia: The Secret Location
5. Technorati Tags: Narnia, The Lion, The Witch, and the Wardrobe, C.S. Lewis
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The name of "Narnia" refers to not only the Narnian world, but especially to the country of Narnia within it, which its creator, Aslan the great lion, filled with talking animals and mythical creatures. Narnia is a land of rolling hills rising into low mountains to the south, and is predominantly forested except for marshlands in the north. The country is bordered on the east by the Eastern Ocean, on the west by a great mountain range, on the north by the River Shribble, and on the south by a continental divide.
The economic heart of the country is the Great River of Narnia, which enters the country from the northwest on an east-southeasterly course to the Eastern Ocean. The seat of government is Cair Paravel, at the mouth of the Great River. Other communities along the river include (from east to west) Beruna, Beaversdam, and Chippingford.
Well. That was very informative. Thank you. lgpReplyDelete
Thanks for the graphic and the links Lyn, I'm not only a fan of the book but luckily my 11 year old is as well.ReplyDelete