Sunday, April 29, 2007

The theological imagination of C. S. Lewis - 4 audio lectures by Michael Ward

Quotes and comments;
- recorded at Wycliffe summer school. (In 2006 I believe.)
- recommended.

1. Ward claims each of the Narnia books is about a planet; that it attempts to express what Medieval cosmology imagined each 'planet' to represent. (And so the Dawn Treader is about the sun; The silver chair is about the moon, and so on.) He goes on to claim that in each of the books Aslan 'incarnates' the 'personality' of one particular planet.



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