Some friends took issue with a statement by Aslan to the effect: “We can never know what would have happened.”
Aslan of course is a type of Christ. And Christ is God. The idea that God could not know what would have happened smacks a great deal of some modern trend in theology called ‘open theism.’
The book, however, has Aslan saying something quite different: “No one is told what would have happened.” In the same package of insight, Lewis shares through Aslan, “One is only told their own story.” [these are paraphrases]
That comment was the only one I … continue reading...