Monday, December 6, 2010

Liam Neeson: Narnia's Aslan the Lion could be Muhammad as well as Christ

C. S. Lewis wrote The Chronicles of Narnia as a Christian allegory, in which Aslan the Lion is Christ. Neeson here is simply parroting the politically correct multiculturalist line that any and all "spiritual leaders" must be essentially equivalent. They all must have taught universal benevolence, right? Wrong. Muhammad taught no such thing; rather, he taught that Muslims should be "merciful to one another, but harsh to unbelievers" (Qur'an 48:29). And he taught much more besides that is as opposed to the teaching of Christ as any teaching can possibly be. But Liam Neeson almost certainly doesn't know that. And why should he? Who would have told him, in today's environment?

Read further...Jihad Watch.

H/t: Pewsitter.


Anonymous said...

Yes, it's too bad that Liam Neeson is so uninformed and feels the need to spout his beliefs, but really, this is just some guy's politically correct opinion. Who cares as long as the Director doesn't try to make changes in the portrayal of Aslan? This is just some actor whose voice is being used. Come on people, relax!

Tancred said...

I like posting stuff about Hollywood idiots, thanks for the comment.