An enchanted wardrobe opens a porthole into Narnia. Four children, who are part of the fulfillment of prophecy, enter through it. They find Narnia in endless winter, and Aslan's magical creatures under the White Witch's evil control. C. S. Lewis illuminates the crucifixion of Christ in this dramatic, moving, and breathtaking story of salvation.
How do lust and self-deception lead to sin? What are the ultimate results of sin? Why was Jesus willing to die in our place? How did his death bring us intimacy with God? How does the resurrection of Christ show us God's power over death? This study guide, which looks at the book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, will help you glean the deeper meanings and eternal truths woven into C. S. Lewis's tender story of amazing love and salvation.
Table of Contents
SCRIPTURE: Leviticus 4:1–7, 35; Matthew 27:27–55; 28:1–10; Romans 8:1–4; Ephesians 6:11–18; Hebrews 9:11–10:18
• Identify the Current Issue
• Discover the Eternal Principles
—Teaching point one: The lust for sinful pleasures leads to sin and death. Without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness.
—Teaching point two: Jesus willingly died for our sins.
—Teaching point three: The torn curtain of the temple symbolized that we now have access to God, along with the ability to have intimate fellowship with him.
—Teaching point four: Christ's resurrection shows God's victory over death, gives us new life, and enables us to overcome sin.
• Apply Your Findings
• Recommended Resources
BASED ON The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis (Macmillan Publishing Company, 1950)
Total number of pages—12