Alice in Wonderland: Special Church Edition
The Classic by Lewis Carroll (alias the Reverend Charles Dodgson)
The Complete Novel—with Christian Insights by Stephen Skelton
“Everything has a moral if you choose to look for it.”
—the Reverend Charles Dodgson (alias Lewis Carroll)
“Loving, first,” wrote the Reverend when describing the five virtues upon which he based his heroine Alice, “loving and gentle…then courteous …then trustful …and lastly, curious….”
Perhaps the most widely read work of fiction in all of literature, Alice in Wonderland was written by the Reverend Charles Dodgson as a fantastical tale of a virtuous girl who falls down a rabbit hole into an underground world which parallels and parodies the sins of our own.
Alice uses love, gentleness, courtesy, trust and curiosity to oppose, respectively, the selfishness, malice, rudeness, cynicism and apathy she comically encounters in Wonderland.
Beginning with two greetings to believers written by the Reverend himself, Alice in Wonderland: Special Church Edition features the complete text of Charles Dodgson’s beloved classic, along with Christian insights by Stephen Skelton.
Now join anew Alice, the White Rabbit, the blue Caterpillar, the Cheshire-Cat, the Mad Hatter, even the Queen of Hearts—and discover just how fully the journey through Wonderland was guided by the teachings of Jesus Christ.