The Song of the Emperor's Son

In C.S. Lewis' well-loved series "The Chronicles of Narnia," Lewis gives us many timeless analogies to Christianity. One is found in his depiction of the creation of the world. In that story, Aslan--the character who represents Jesus--sings a song, and at the sound of his voice all the world is made. Not just the world, however, but the story of history as well. And that's why it is such an incredible analogy to the true story. In the biblical account of creation, Stephen reminds us that God breathed out more than just trees and rocks and oceans--He breathed out a people, a cross, and a Gospel.

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