A Fairy Tale for All Ages
What makes The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe —
and all the Narnia tales — so appealing to young and
old alike? Earl Palmer, C.S. Lewis devotee and pastor of Seattle’s
University Presbyterian Church, begins with a simple answer:
They are “darn good stories.”
The Wardrobe in the Classroom
The Big-Screen Wardrobe
In an interview with Walden Media’s Micheal Flaherty,
Response gets an insider’s view of the challenges
involved in filming The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
The greatest of these, filmmakers say, was preserving C.S.
Dear Mr. Lewis
After penning The Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis
personally replied to approximately 12,000 letters, many of
them from children. “We must meet children as equals
in that area of our nature where we are their equals,”
he once wrote.
"What If I Love Aslan More Than Jesus?"
Jack's Life at The Kilns and in Oxford
For most of his adult life, C.S. Lewis lived at The Kilns,
a country home located just east of the city of Oxford in
England. Response takes readers on a photo tour of
The Kilns today and some of the author’s favorite sites
New Life for The Kilns
The Faith of the Next Generation
During a visit to SPU this fall, sociologist and author Christian
Smith delivered a disturbing message: Even those teens who
call themselves Christians believe in and practice a religion
that bears little resemblance to Christianity.
Photography Competition 2005 Winners
The winner and the runner up for the Response Photography
Contest take readers to Uganda and Guatemala.
Screening of The Wardrobe
writer and film critic Jeffrey Overstreet provides an
opening-day review of Disney’s long-awaited film
adaptation of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe.
Photos above copyright 2005 Disney Enterprises, Inc., and Walden Media, LLC. All rights reserved.