Fantasy, Imagination, and Faith: A introduction to the Chronicles of Narnia by CS Lewis
Led by Laura Constantine
CS Lewis once said that when he was a boy he read fairy tales in secret, but when he turned 50 he read them in public – and got much more out of them! Have you read “The Chronicles of Narnia” – as a child our as an adult? Or tried to struggle through them and just didn’t get it? Maybe this is a good time to try again. I worked at The Center for the Study of C.S. Lewis and Friends at Taylor University for over 10 years and learned to love the fantasy works of Lewis and Tolkien in particular. I’d love to discuss them with you!
This six-week study will focus on one book from the Narnia stories, “The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe” and some excerpts from other Narnia Chronicles as we look at the role of Fantasy and imagination in Christian faith. Lewis said “Sometimes a fairy story says best what’s to be said.” What do you think?
We’ll be conducting this study on Wednesdays at 10:00 am (beginning May 6) and we’ll be using Zoom.
If you’re interested in the study, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up.