Edmund Pevensie: A Story of RedemptionI am following the story of Edmund Pevensie in The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe, focusing mainly on the Christian undertones that permeate the tale. In my last two posts, The Sinner and The Savior, I talked about how Edmund has sold himself to the White Witch due to his own greed, but fully regrets it once he realizes she really is evil and Aslan is the good guy. Also, she is going to kill him to maintain her rule over Narnia! However, the great Lion Aslan, the rightful King of Narnia, sacrifices himself to save Edmund. The White Witch, after killing Aslan, believes she will reign forever and is now fighting against Aslan's army (sans Aslan). However, miraculously, Aslan has risen from the dead, effectively taking away the White Witch's "victory." We follow him now as he hurries with some warriors over to where his army is fighting. They are really struggling, and it does not look good....
|Aslan's army advancing on an even scarier, bigger army (unseen)....|
|Oh, you know, just being a boss.|
|Is that fear in her eyes?|
|Lucy healing her brother....|
|Edmund, of Aslan's Army|
- Philippians 1:21