The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis | SparkNotes thumbnail
The Lion, The Witch, and The Wardrobe Chapter 14 Summary & Analysis | SparkNotes
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Lewis wants to recontextualize the story of Christ so that we can truly feel the devastation of Jesus's crucifixion Lewis does this to show how much Aslan, like Christ, must love us. Aslan would sacrifice his life permanently, even for an ordinary, sinful human being. The murder of Aslan adheres ver
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  • Lewis wants to recontextualize the story of Christ so that we can truly feel the devastation of Jesus's crucifixion
  • Lewis does this to show how much Aslan, like Christ, must love us. Aslan would sacrifice his life permanently, even for an ordinary, sinful human being.
  • The murder of Aslan adheres very closely to the Christian story of Jesus.

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