The World According to Narnia is a journey further up and further into the imaginative world of C. S. Lewis. Along the way, Jonathan Rogers makes the case that this world—the one where we actually live—is a place no less wondrous than Narnia itself.
Imagination is a serious business. It gives substance to our yearnings for something beyond ourselves. Imagination is what convinces us that there is more to the world than meets the eye. And isn’t that the first principle of faith?
The Chronicles of Narnia awaken the reader to the imaginative possibilities of the gospel that have been there all along. The Chronicles serve as a reminder that if the gospel doesn’t fill you with overwhelming awe and joy and fear and hope, you may not have really understood what the gospel says.
from the Introduction