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[Desperately missing C.S. Lewis' point, and deducing the Chronicles of Narnia is Satanic propaganda]

After his resurrection, Aslan said, "If the Witch knew the true meaning of sacrifice, she might have interpreted the Deep Magic differently. That when a willing victim who has committed no treachery is killed in a traitor's stead, the Stone Table will crack and even Death itself will turn backwards."
It appears that the 'deep magic' is the code or law of Narnia. If we were to assume the parallel between Christianity and the world of Narnia existed, we would have to assume that the 'Deep Magic' is a type of the Word of God. In fact, Aslan said, "Do not cite the Deep Magic to me Witch. I was there when it was written." So, we have the first blasphemy: If the author is attempting to parallel Chronicles of Narnia then the 'Deep Magic' is a parallel to the Word of God. We cannot compare any magic to the Holy Word of God! To do so would make God Himself a liar as God pronounced witchcraft (the practice of using magic) to be a sin!

Bro. Randy, Teens4Christ 39 Comments [8/1/2006 12:00:00 AM]
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Nekhbet

Poor Dumb Randy has mistaken \"The Lion of Judah in Neverland\" for Satanic literature, how very sad

8/1/2006 4:59:32 PM

Amos

Didn't C.S. Lewis once say that Christians may be the worst of all men--precisely because the goal of the religion is to help the sinners of the world to become good?

Perhaps Bro. Randy can learn of this, to fuel any further anti-Lewis rants...

8/1/2006 5:01:45 PM

David D.G.

Are we sure this isn't a troll? Reaching that conclusion takes an incredible stretch of \"logic,\" even by fundie standards (well, for the more nearly sane fundies, anyway).


~David D.G.

8/1/2006 5:17:57 PM

Austin

Is there a \"Might Be Jumping to Conclusions\" award?

8/1/2006 5:25:34 PM

McCulloch

Read the whole thread. C.S. Lewis is a heretic!?

8/1/2006 6:14:30 PM

kkkron

But then Aslan would be prancing around sacrificing babies to the witch, wouldn't he?

8/1/2006 6:34:53 PM

Jodie

Um... Is not the whole Chronicle of Narnia series Christian allegory?

8/1/2006 7:43:34 PM

TDR

christ I hated the Narnia books. I can't even get into this.

8/1/2006 8:11:06 PM

Evergreen

Idiot. My first thought was that, by his reasoning, then Jesus himself was guilty of witchcraft by healing the sick and all those other things conveniently dubbed 'miracles'. Then I read on and according to a post later in the thread, that is just fine and not evil at all. WTF?!

That whole thread deserves to be on here.

Look at this one: Imagination is evil and wicked. You call it an imagination, God calls it evil. (Genesis 8:21) It doesn't matter if you think that a little imagination is okay, it's wicked.

There are no words.

8/1/2006 8:50:03 PM

Papabear

Though I hated the Narnia books, even my twisted, atheist mind was able to grasp Lewis' meaning. Too bad about Randy.

8/1/2006 9:24:10 PM

jellybean

David D.G.: \"Are we sure this isn't a troll?\"

sadly this guy isnt. Either he invented the site or is a major moderator.

8/1/2006 9:26:51 PM

Napoleon the Clown

Dude, God's power is technically magic.

8/1/2006 9:47:25 PM

Alejandro

This is the ultimate \"Narnia is Satanic\" webpage. The whole site is worthy of a huge FSTDT nomination of Rapture Ready-ish proportions.

8/1/2006 10:39:43 PM

Crosis

Randy, you appear to be very obtuse, so I will compensate by typing very slowly.

The Chronicles of Narnia - or at least The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe - is a very, very thinly veiled Christian allegory. Aslan is supposed to be Jesus, and the White Witch is Satan.

Think about it for a bit.

8/1/2006 11:22:07 PM

Breakerslion

\"We cannot compare any magic to the Holy Word of God! To do so would make God Himself a liar as God pronounced witchcraft (the practice of using magic) to be a sin!\"

\"Swimming in Denial\" award?

8/1/2006 11:53:18 PM

Nic

From Alejandro's link- what the fuck is \"World Piano Covers II\"?
\"Clive Staples Lewis has been perhaps the single most useful tool of Satan since his appearance in the Christian community sometime around World piano covers II. \"

Does anyone know?

PS Bro Randy is fucking stupid.

8/2/2006 2:02:28 AM

Irene

Um . . . also from that site:

\"Acts 20:21 Testifying both to the blips, and also to the Greeks, repentance topiano coversd God, and faith topiano coversd our Lord Jesus Christ.\"

And . . .

\"In short, his \"conversion\" to Christianity was finanbliplly and sobliplly good for him.\"

What's scary about this is that site claims to have an editor.

As a whole, that site is a veritable gold mine, if by \"gold\" you mean \"batshit.\"

Irene

8/2/2006 3:38:22 AM

Maronan

...To do so would make God Himself a liar as God pronounced witchcraft (the practice of using magic) to be a sin!


Really? Well, how'd God make the world, then?

And don't insult lions or I'll claw your face off.

8/2/2006 5:54:20 AM

Prager

Read it again, Randy. And this time try and really think about what he's saying.

8/2/2006 7:19:45 AM

Alejandro

Nic and Irene: For some bizarre reason it seems in that page \"war\" is replaced by \"piano covers\" everywhere, even when it is part of a larger word. For example \"The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe\" appears as \"The Lion, the Witch and the piano coverdrobe\".

There are also similar replacements for \"CIA\" (this is the \"blip\", Irene) and \"USA\". As to what they mean, your guess is as good as mine.

8/2/2006 11:00:47 AM

Skywolf

Argh. What a moron.

I adored the Narnia books as a kid, and even now, having firmly left Christianity in my brainwashed past, I still have nothing but fond memories of those books. Allegory or not, they're still damned good stories. It usually annoys me that Christians try to claim all of Lewis as their own, Narnia in particular, but this latest stand is beyond laughable.

Did this kid actually read The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe?!?


Hi, btw. *shy smile* I've been reading, randomly posting, and laughing my arse off here for about a week now. This site is a breath of fresh air.

8/2/2006 1:54:16 PM

David D.G.

Alejandro #64310

Nic and Irene: For some bizarre reason it seems in that page \"war\" is replaced by \"piano covers\" everywhere, even when it is part of a larger word. For example \"The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe\" appears as \"The Lion, the Witch and the piano coverdrobe\".

There are also similar replacements for \"CIA\" (this is the \"blip\", Irene) and \"USA\". As to what they mean, your guess is as good as mine.


This reminds me of what happened the one time I tried to post some comment on the Disney website. An automated editor told me something like, \"Oops! You used a naughty word there,\" and held it up for me to fix before posting. Since I never curse in print, and I proofread my stuff pretty well, I couldn't figure out at first what the problem could be. It turned out that I had used the word \"cumulative,\" and the automated editor function objected to the use of the first three letters in sequence! I ended up just scrapping the whole post rather than submit to such an insane style of censorship.


~David D.G.

8/2/2006 2:12:31 PM

McCulloch

Second \"Swimming in Denial\" award

For anyone wishing to debate this idea:
C. S. Lewis -- the heretic.

8/2/2006 2:30:34 PM

TheAmazingToby

Automatically transliterating War, CIA and USA? Obviously this is a terrorist organization trying to sneak around the NSA. Maybe we should submit them to the proper authorities.

8/2/2006 2:38:38 PM

David D.G.

Swimming in Denial, dodging crocodiles.


~David D.G.

8/2/2006 4:47:31 PM
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