Comparing The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe

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Jack joined the Home Guard and patrolled the streets of Oxford at night. He wrote a book to help people trust God, even when awful things happen. He taught at Oxford University during the week. He traveled around England on the weekends to preach for the Royal Air Force. He even spoke on the radio. He told people they could know God is real, they could have hope, and someday God would take them to a better place – to heaven. He told them about the longing in his soul. After the war ended, pictures floated around in Jack's head: a wardrobe, a lion, and a faun carrying an umbrella. And, yes, four children from London. Jack sat down in his study with paper before him and a wooden dip pen in his hand. He had written books for adults before, but this one would be for …show more content…

It is the first book in The Chronicles of Narnia. You can find it at the library or a bookstore, but remember to look for a book written by C.S. Lewis. Jack used his real name when he published most of his books. Have You Ever Wondered? “Odd thing, all that stuff about the Dying God. It almost looks like it really happened once.” Jack was shocked when his friend said this. • Is there evidence that Jesus is God? • Did Jesus really die and rise again? • Is the Bible true? Have you ever wondered about things like this? Sometimes it is scary to ask these questions, but God wants us to search for the truth. There is much evidence that the Bible is true. 1) The New Testament was written soon after Jesus died so the Bible writers could not lie. Many people who knew Jesus were still alive, and they would catch any lie in the Bible. 2) Other men (men with funny names like Tacitus, Josephus, and Gaius Plinius Caecilius Secundus) wrote history books soon after Jesus died. They said the following things about Jesus: • He was a famous teacher in Israel. • He performed miracles. • He died on the cross. • People worshiped Him as

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