Narnia opened over the weekend in Israel with good results. In spite of the Jewish critics calling it a film with strong Christian themes, opening day was sold out at the Rav Chen Theater in Jerusalem. Many Israelis and Americans who saw the film were satisfied with the film and impressed with how accurate the movie was to C.S. Lewis’ Lion, Witch, and the Wardrobe. One Israeli believer said he wished all Israelis could understand the Biblical themes and allegories because they have so much more meaning. To learn more about Israeli reactions to Narnia, be sure to read the upcoming 2006 February edition of israel today.