The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian—Teen Version

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian—Teen Version

The Pevensie kids return to Narnia only to find it again under a dark siege in this story of faith, friendship, and family.


In Prince Caspian, the sequel to The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe, the Pevensie kids return to the magical land of Narnia only to discover that the land is again ruled by an evil monarch, Aslan is nowhere to be found, and the "old Narnians"—dwarves, fauns, talking animals, and dancing trees—are in hiding. And a boy prince, heir to the throne, is running for his life. Will the Pevensies save the day? And what kind of help will come?

This study guide will help you discuss some of the major themes of Prince Caspian. How do we deal with jealousy and pride? What do grace and mercy look like, especially when one wants revenge? And what does it mean to have the faith of a child?

Discussion Guide

• Movie Summary

• Discussing the Scenes

(Proverbs 27:4, 17; Mark 10:35–45; Galatians 5:19–23; James 4:6)

(1 Samuel 24:1–22; Romans 3:23, 6:23)

—Childlike Faith
(Mark 10:13–16; Matthew 11:25)

• As the Credits Roll

Based On

The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian (Disney/Walden, 2008), rated PG.

Photo © Disney/Walden

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