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The Soul of Prince Caspian
David C. Cook / 2008 / Paperback
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Through his best-selling Narnia series and the blockbuster motion pictures, C.S. Lewis has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of children and adults. Unfortunately, many have missed the rich spiritual meaning of the Christian faith that Lewis was clearly communicating through these enchanting books. In The Soul of Prince Caspian, Veith reveals how Lewis takes on the modern mindset that has regretfully forgotten Christ just as Narnia has forgotten Aslan. As Veith unlocks the story of Caspian, you'll discover how Lewis's other writings add depth and clarity to his message. Ultimately, you'll come to understand that Prince Caspian is not merely about the fantastic world of Narnia, as much as it's really about your own world.
Through best-selling books and now blockbuster motion pictures, C. S. Lewiss masterpiece "The Chronicles of Narnia" has captured the hearts and imaginations of millions of children and adults. When Lewis wrote this acclaimed series more than half a century ago, many considered it a mere childrens allegory and missed the rich spiritual meaning of the Christian faith that Lewis was clearly communicating.
In The Soul of the Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, Gene Veith revealed the mysteries and meanings of the first Narnia book. And now with the motion picture release of the second in the series, Veith returns to dig deeply into the biblical message behind this beloved story.
In The Soul of Prince Caspian, Veith reveals how Lewis takes on the modern mindset that has literally forgotten Christjust as Narnia has forgotten Aslan. As Veith unlocks the story of Prince Caspian, youll discover how Lewiss other writings add depth and clarity to his message. And youll see that, while Prince Caspian may be about the fantastic land of Narnia, its also about your world.
Gene Veith, Ph.D., is the author of 15 books on Christianity and literature, the arts, and culture. Currently the culture editors of World Magazine, Veith is highly respected for his scholarship on Lewis and the Narnia Chronicles. He has taught English literature for 25 years in both Christian and secular colleges. He is currently the director of the Cranach Institute for the study of Christianity and Culture at Concordia Theological Seminary in Fort Wayne, Indiana.
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