The Lion the Witch and the Bible: Good and Evil in the Classic Tales of C.S. Lewis

The Lion the Witch and the Bible: Good and Evil in the Classic Tales of C.S. Lewis

by Robert Velarde

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The Lion the Witch and the Bible: Good and Evil in the Classic Tales of C.S. Lewis by Robert Velarde


Wisdom, virtue, and life lessons from the Chronicles of Narnia C.S. Lewis's Chronicles of Narnia have captivated the imaginations of millions for more than half a century. But these books are more than just enjoyable stories and fantasy; they also convey valuable truths about living in our world. Everyday life presents us with a multitude of moral choices. Lewis believed that every ethical decision we make contributes to the shaping of our character for better or for worse. In this book, C. S. Lewis scholar Robert Velarde explores the great moral themes of Lewis's seven-volume Narnia series, paying particular attention to key vices and virtues, including: ·Good and Evil ·Courage and Cowardice ·Fairness and Unfairness ·Honesty and Dishonesty ·Mercy and Cruelty ·Peace and War ·Humility and Pride ·Repentance and Unrepentance With Biblical understanding and practical insight, Velarde helps readers cultivate virtue in today's world of moral confusion.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781576837108
Publisher: Tyndale House Publishers
Publication date: 08/31/2005
Pages: 208
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 8.32(h) x 0.56(d)

About the Author


An editor with Focus on the Family, Robert Velarde is author of Conversations with C. S. Lewis (InterVarsity Press) and Inside the Screwtape Letters (Baker Books). He studied the works of C. S. Lewis at Denver Seminary.

Robert Velarde has published numerous articles for various publications, including Focus on the Family. He is a member of several evangelical philosophy and theological organizations and studied the works of C.S. Lewis at Denver Seminary. Robert resides in Colorado Springs, Colorado, with his wife and three children.

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