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December 8th, 2007, 19:43
Originally Posted by Prime Junta View Post
It's Christian philosophy, packaged to be easily sold to children. It also has some elements that I find morally abhorrent and would not allow my children to read on their own, without subsequent discussion. Specifically, Susan's fate.

(Of course "propaganda" is usually used for politics, so feel free to substitute "evangelism" if you're more comfortable with the term in this context.)
I read all of stories from "Narnia" when I was a child (around 8-9 years) and I dont feel influenced by it now. For me it was always fantasy for youglings .

And really I dont understand what you could specifically find in the books concerning universal morality that it would have been bad for your childreen. Care to give some examples?
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