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A. Intro a. People have interpreted the film as bashing religion, even calling it the “Anti-Narnia”. b. Really the book is much more anti religious/faith c. The film leaves out the explicit anti-faith statements d. Whereas the film does not expressly attack faith, it does criticize governing bodies that use faith in determining policy. e. As we’ll see, there are real life parallels in which faith based policy has failed f. Thus, this presentation will show that the film is not an attack on faith, but can simply help us understand the need for a true separation of church and state. B. Book is anti-religious and Anti Faith a. The author himself even says: i. “I'm trying to undermine the basis of Christian belief” ii. My books are about killing God” b. Character in the film says: i. If there is a God, and he is as the Christians describe him, then he deserves to be put down and rebelled against c. Girl and boy in the book who are depicted as Adam and Eve kill god. C. Unlike the book, which bashes religion and faith, the film criticizes the
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This note was uploaded on 02/15/2009 for the course ENGL 101 taught by Professor Various during the Spring '07 term at UNC.

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