Imagining God's City: Narnia and the New Jerusalem

Monday, 16 Jul 2007

A compelling imaginative portrayal of humanity's final state can soften Christianity's most hostile critics. We often make the mistake of thinking that the most hard-boiled atheist's arguments against Christianity are all exclusively intellectual. Or we rush to accuse the non-believer of avoiding Christianity for moral reasons. While we cannot ignore these aspects of the question, we often neglect another side. Has Christianity been presented so that it represents hope? What if the unbeliever never gave Christianity a chance because it looked hopeless? The unbeliever hears of doom and gloom from us, yet sees a hopeful immediate ...

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