The Magazine of The Evangelical Lutheran Church in America


Narnia or Neverland?

Evangelicals prefer Narnia, Roman Catholics have a wanderlust for Wonderland, and mainline Protestants are split among hitching a ride to Hogwarts, Narnia or Neverland.

Those are the results from a 60 Minutes and Vanity Fair magazine poll that asked 1,000 Americans what fantasyland they'd most like to visit.

Narnia is the fantastical world of talking beasts entered through an enchanted wardrobe in C.S. Lewis' The Chronicles of Narnia series.

Hogwarts is the school of witchcraft and wizardry from the Harry Potter books.

Wonderland is from Alice's trip down the rabbit hole and Neverland was made popular by Peter Pan.


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