Aslan, Shasta, and the Problem of Pain | Talking Beasts
Podcast Discussion: The Horse and His Boy, Ch. 11
C. S. Lewis was an atheist for much of his life because of all the suffering he observed in the world. The Horse and His Boy, of course, was written after Lewis’s conversion to Christianity. And, at the beginning of “The Unwelcome Fellow Traveller” chapter, Aslan finally appears and puts Shasta’s hardships in a larger context.
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