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Ok, I love Narnia as it is, but when I remember that it has a Christian message behind it, it makes it even more amazing!

YES it's about repentance which is one reason why I love Edmund so much. Love how beautifully the Narnia stories are symbolism for how great God's love is!

Aslan, Aslan, Aslan! I feel lovely music in my soul! I feel brave and daring to the quick! I feel like I feel when school is over for the term! Aslan... I'm feeling, SICK!

I feel lovely music in my soul! I feel brave and daring to the quick! I feel like I feel when school is over for the term! I'm feeling, SICK!

A quote from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader

"You doubt your value." - Aslan A quote from The Chronicles of Narnia: The Voyage of the Dawn Treader.

That scene breaks my heart everytime. Original text by the wonderful http://childofgallifreey.tumblr.com/

That scene breaks my heart everytime.>>I don't remember this happening in the book, but he was only about 14 in the book if it happened. << go Narnia nerds

crazy amount of humility and love here

Just some of the things, pointing out how amazing Caspian is. >>>this is how Aslan knew he was going to a good kind for Narnia

Skandar, Anna and Wil ❤️ ~ remember during lww he didn't like hugs? #sweet ^_^

“Skandar was the funniest because he’s thirteen years old, he made a great pretense of trying to avoid any sign of physical affection and we would just periodically yell "Group Hug” and all jump on.

The only change u would make to this is another brother because u have an older brother and he's amazing too

The Chronicles of Narnia – Prince Caspian Starring: Skandar Keynes as Edmund, William Moseley as Peter Pevensie, and Georgie Henley as Lucy. (click thru for larger image) Love protective brother Peter

The book didn't have to emphasis the war so much because when it came out, readers understood what it was like to live during WWII. I'm glad the movie shows it because it happened too long ago for (most) viewers to remember what that was like. This is an excellent point.

I don't think the book discounted it, I just don't think it talked about as much and I like how the movie was able to bring that to light a bit more in a sense and shows just how deeply they were being affected

Books - Narnia: "...remember, remember, remember the signs. Say them to yourself when you wake in the morning and when you lie down at night, and when you wake in the middle of the night. And whatever strange things may happen to you, let nothing turn your mind from following the signs." Aslan says this to Jill as he gives her instructions on what to do when she gets to Narnia in the Silver Chair. Bible: "These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on…

I love how narnia is so closely connected to the bible. Everywhere you look you'll find things just like this. But it's no suprise seeing as C. Lewis also wrote things like Mere Christianity.

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