Perhaps no writer in the 20th century was better capable of sharing the "shiver of wonder" and the glorious taste of the gospel than C.S. Lewis. Throughout his life, Lewis reveled in the truth and beauty of God, passionately chasing the eternal ache and longing he felt for the joy and ultimate satisfaction found only in Jesus Christ.
Taking the journey one chapter at a time, this podcast delves into the deeper magic of Lewis's famous Narnia stories, inviting you to go further up and further in to savor the glimpses of Jesus that lie just on the other side of the wardrobe.
Still poisoned by the eternal craving for Turkish Delight, Edmund sneaks away from the Beavers' home to execute his plan to betray his siblings to the cruel White Witch. On his long and arduous trek to her castle, however, Edmund discovers the silence, the loneliness, and the despair that lie at the heart of evil itself.
After a hearty meal, the children learn from Mr. Beaver of the ancient prophecy, foretelling the end of the cursed winter and the enthronement of "Adam's flesh and Adam's bone" at Cair Paravel. This victory will come via the great lion, Aslan, the King of Narnia, who is not safe, but is most certainly good. However, trouble arises as the children discover their treacherous brother, Edmund, has fled to betray them to the evil White Witch.