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Ron B
Posted on: 2009/4/18 23:04
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The Narnia Code
For folks in the UK with access to the BBC's iPlayer content there is a programme available for approx 30 days with this title. A PhD student stumbled on a hidden pattern to C S Lewis Narnia stories. It is fascinating...

The Narnia Code.


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Clutch
Posted on: 2009/4/20 15:02
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Re: The Narnia Code
Hi Ron,
I ordered the long version of the book on Amazon, and am waiting until the CD of the movie is complete.

Better hurry up and get your book done,fematized, and on the market before I run out of Quids.

Clutch


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But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us. II Cor. 4:7

CJaKfOrEsT
Posted on: 2009/4/20 15:59
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Re: The Narnia Code
Quote:

Ron B wrote:
For folks in the UK with access to the BBC's iPlayer content there is a programme available for approx 30 days with this title. A PhD student stumbled on a hidden pattern to C S Lewis Narnia stories. It is fascinating...

The Narnia Code.


...and for everyone else, here's a YouTube link.


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"The wind bloweth where it listeth, and thou hearest the sound thereof, but canst not tell whence it cometh, and whither it goeth: so is every one that is born of the Spirit" - John 3:8

Ron B
Posted on: 2009/4/20 20:52
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Re: The Narnia Code
Thanks Aaron, that's very helpful.


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robertw
Posted on: 2009/4/20 21:03
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Re: The Narnia Code
I listened to the audio of the broadcast and am very surprised how friendly the BBC is towards Christianity. Typically PBS would not have been so kind, in my experience. I sure wish I had a way to get the BBC, I might just get me a TV again. But I really liked the content. Very interesting.


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Obedience is better esteemed with God than acquired knowledge, it is the most important lesson -fundamental to the gaining of all spiritual knowledge from God. (GWN)

Ron B
Posted on: 2009/4/20 21:30
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Re: The Narnia Code
This was the BBC on a good day. Usually the media is pretty hostile to Christianity. Modern soap operas invariably portray Christians as cranks.


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Posted on: 2009/4/21 12:12
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Ron B
Posted on: 2009/4/21 14:10
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Re: The Narnia Code
Thanks Gary
That's a helpful summary.


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Ron B
Posted on: 2009/4/21 15:35
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Re: The Narnia Code
Robert
Alas, this is much more the usual style of the BBC

Atheist to join BBC religious board!


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DavidA
Posted on: 2009/4/21 22:50
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Re: The Narnia Code
Hi Ron

Thanks for reminding us about 'The Narnia Code'. My wife and I watched it last evening and very much enjoyed it. I'm wondering what you made of the conclusions?

The 'discovery' that the Narnia novels correspond to the 7 medieval planets seems convincing and very interesting, but I am more interested in the relevance of this. I was most interested in the discussion at the end of the program, which included thought provoking comments from John Polkinghorne, but I'm not sure I really got hold of what the presenters were trying to say. I think they wanted to emphasise that Lewis saw God as being behind an exquisitely designed universe and, more importantly, that people and things are more than the materials that they are made of.

Were you provoked by that discussion or did you feel it didn't really go anywhere?

David
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