Narnia no more?
That’s news that has more to do with money than with problems associated with the “Narnia” series’ faith content, Ted Baehr with MovieGuide said this week.
Baehr, in a news release, said one news report about the “Dawn Treader” film took his words of out of context to “make Disney’s decision look like one of the parties in Hollywood was concerned about the movie’s faith content.
“The fact is neither Disney nor Walden has hesitated from including faith in their movies.”
Baehr, author of the book “The Media-Wise Family,” said the book “Dawn Treader” has the least amount of time with Aslan, who is the Jesus figure in the beloved children’s fiction series by Christian author C.S. Lewis.
“It was much more logical that the economics of the movie did not make sense than that there was a concern over the Christian content of the book,” Baehr said in the news release.
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