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|Format: Word Document|
Vendor: Christianity Today
|Publication Date: 2009|
Series: Family Movie Discussion Guide Bible Study
Walt Disney Pictures special-effects-filled adaptation of C. S. Lewis s classic fantasy about four British children who step through a magical wardrobe into the land of Narnia.
Children love C. S. Lewis s imaginative story. Parents will delight in helping their children understand this tale rich with metaphors of our sinful failures and God s willingness to save us from the consequences. Use this discussion guide to explore the ways the adventures of the four Pevensie children illustrate humankind s corruption and sinful behavior, the value of forgiveness, and the way Christ s sacrifice and resurrection liberates us from death s curse.
Discussing the Scenes Bonus Material: Scenes to Watch
--Getting Along with Others
(Proverbs 20:3; Hebrews 12:14 15; James 1:19 21)
--Listening to Our Conscience
(Romans 7:21 25; James 4:7 10)
--Evil Sometimes Looks Good
(Genesis 3:1 24; James 1:13 15)
--Edmund Is Saved
(Jeremiah 13:23; Romans 3:23 24)
--Always Winter but Never Christmas
(John 12:31; 1 Peter 5:8; Genesis 2:7; Matthew 8:23 27;
Revelation 21:1 4, 22 27)
As the Credits Roll
The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe (Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Films, 2005), directed by Andrew Adamson, rated PG.
Photo © Copyright Walt Disney Pictures and Walden Films
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