TO be honest, I wasn’t quite sure if another entry in the proposed series was my cup of tea, and yet, here we are. It is teatime and we are continuing the discussion. The original intent was to dissect each book in chronological rather than publication order, a goal which I still aim to keep. But then, in thinking through ‘The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe’ over the last so many weeks, I found myself frozen at the lamppost, unable to proceed. The lamppost, most of you will recall, is where the little Pevensie girl Lucy met the faun, Tumnus. Already, we are confronted with a theological quandary. Quick reminder, my intent is not to rehearse the plot. As the very name suggests, ‘The Narnia Reset’ invokes my curiosity concerning past Reset Events within our own realm, as expressed through Lewis’ Narnia, though I suppose I’ll nab some esoteric concepts along the way. Speaking of which, the faun manages both aims. It is at the lamppost where I am confronted with another sort of Reset Event in the proposition of universal salvation, or in the very least, the potential for such a concept to exist. We might as well chalk this one up to a mystery of heaven.

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UPDATE 11/9/2023: The Narnia Reset

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