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Re: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter is the Prince of Darkness!
• Posted by: metacritic   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, November 26, 2002, at 3:15 a.m.
• IP Address: 139.55.49.226
• In Response to: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter is ... (Pastor C St. John)

> The movie and its supporting music puts a positive face on witchcraft by
> making a distinction between white magic and the black arts, a distinction
> that the Bible never makes.

Maybe...perhaps...the authors of the Bible had a hidden agenda on not including such a distinction. Maybe they thought it would be counter-productive if they included it. Or, maybe, this whole notion is irrelevant, and we should strive to be good rather than support a power-hungry dogma.

> In fact,

You mean your interpretation of reality.

> Where have morals gone also?

That's what I keep asking myself on these polarized, superficial, pro-Christian arguments. Morals are about being good, not about being a loyal follower of any particular group--which could itself be interpreted as immoral.

Metacritic




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