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Lewis, C.S. (2001). The lion, the witch, and the wardrobe.
• Entire book
Fassler, J. (2014, August 5). Confronting reality by reading fantasy. The Atlantic. Retrieved from http://www.theatlantic.com/entertainment/archive/2014/08/going-home-with-cs-lewis/375560/
Video: Adamson, A. (Director), Adamson, A., Peacock, A., Markus, C., McFeely, S., Neeson, L., Winstone, R., & French, D. (Writers), & Johnson, M., & Steuer, P. (Producers). (2005). The chronicles of Narnia: The lion, the witch, and the wardrobe [Motion picture on DVD]. United States: Buena Vista Pictures.
You will need to write a 3-4 page paper, formatted according to APA standards, in which you explore one of the following topics:
Response Paper Options:
1. Mr. Beaver in The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe says of Aslan, “‘Course he isn’t safe. But he’s good” (Chapter 8). What do you think is meant by this? Do you think this description is appropriate for Aslan? Why or why not? If Aslan is a type of Christ, do you think this description is appropriate for Christ or not? (If you are unfamiliar with the person of Jesus Christ, look up “Jesus Christ” in a reference book or, better yet, read the Gospel of John in the Bible.) Explain your answer. Hint: McGrath spends a few pages in his biography on Lewis’ treatment of Aslan (Chapter 12). This might be a helpful place to review the information on this topic.
McGrath, A. (2013). C.S.Lewis: A life – Eccentric genius, reluctant prophet
• Chapter 12: Narnia: Exploring an Imaginative World
Be sure to interpret a specific scripture as part of your support in your paper. Include other support from the relevant texts. You must add the Bible as an entry on your References page if you quote and cite that work.