The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe (Christian Symbolism)

Great movie review. I missed Narnia!!!

Bill Mason


This is the first book of the Chronicles of Narnia, which is written by C.S. Lewis. This book has a Christian allegory or it can be a fantasy story, which depends on the reader. Well, I recommend first to read the book and then watch the film.

The story is about 4 children from World War II, these children were Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy. These siblings were evacuated to London due to bombing from Germany. To cut the story short, Lucy accidentally climbed into the wardrobe, which leads her to the world of “Narnia”. Eventually, the siblings entered the wardrobe and discovered a mystical world where it snows but never Christmas.


In this world, they have met a witch named Jadis and a lion named Aslan, two of the stories major figures, and their story begins.

Here is my own personal interpretation of the primary symbolism in the story:

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