Christianity And Paganism
The Chronicles of Narnia are notorious for having elements of Christianity in its stories; for example, the death of the lion Aslan and his resurrection was a clear reference to Christ’s atonement. Aslan, who died for the sins of Adam, reflects the actions of Christ who died for the sins of others. Yet, the Chronicles of Narnia were banned in many Christian schools because there were also elements of Paganism as well. Heck, just the fact that they portrayed Christ as a lion may have offended them, but let’s not delve any deeper into that kind of controversy.