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"This cohesive and easy-to-follow guide serves as a fantastic parental teaching tool on a subject that kids love. . . . Every child who loves Narnia needs to have a copy of this guide to help the stories of Aslan come alive in a biblically relevant way."
—Ellie Kay, best-selling author of Heroes at Home
"This is a wonderful exploration of the biblical themes woven into The Chronicles of Narnia, with lively and helpful introductions and an uncontrived use of Scripture throughout."
—Paul McCusker, dramatist of The Chronicles of Narnia Radio Theatre
"Christin Ditchfield's love for children and reverence for the role of parents is evident in A Family Guide to Narnia. She gently, yet effectively, shines a light on God's truth, so we can all be better teachers to our children."
—Vicki Caruana, America's Teacher™, author of Apples & Chalkdust and The Homeschooler's Guide to…
"This is an important book that will help families learn more from the Bible and The Chronicles of Narnia."
—Lyle W. Dorsett, Billy Graham Professor of Evangelism, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University
Christin Ditchfield is the host of the syndicated radio program “Take It to Heart!” heard daily on stations across the United States, Canada, Central and South America. She is a popular conference speaker and author of more than 40 books. Her articles have appeared in numerous national and international magazines, including Focus on the Family, Today’s Christian Woman, Sports Spectrum, and Power for Living.
Wayne Martindale is Professor of English at Wheaton College, Ill., where he regularly teaches classes on C. S. Lewis. He has edited and contributed to books on Lewis and is co-editor of The Quotable Lewis.
This is an amazing book. For the class i am taking in school we are reading narnia and this defiantly help me to go more in depth with the story. Read morePublished 28 days ago by Music City Michele
The words Biblical and Truths should never be juxtaposed near one another.Published 1 month ago by Mrg09
Great book. We are using it as a guide for our Unit theme "Narnia" in our homeschool. This book describes the characters traits and choices and uses some bible verses and... Read morePublished 3 months ago by stephen bayer
I'm using it as a companion reader to a story I read as an adolescent. I have little interest in the theology or christianity as I'm a Muslim, but I'm very familiar with the Bible... Read morePublished 5 months ago by al-Halabi
Brings the Scripture through C S Lewis's writing. Read with a child and have the book close by to help you bring Narnia book into focus,as to what it is all about.Published 5 months ago by tyrelady
I refer to it a lot as I'm reading my way through the Complete Chronicles for NarniaPublished 6 months ago by Dave Hartman
why does this book exist? the parallels to the bible are heavy handed and lack any nuance. do you really need someone to point them out for you?Published 12 months ago by E