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Re: Grow Up
• Posted by: Eric Choi   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Saturday, December 7, 2002, at 12:59 a.m.
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• In Response to: Re: Grow Up (aka hermione)

Okay. I think this religion thing has gone way too far. I am still confused about why religious people are upset about Harry Potter in the first place. I even heard that they were burning up the books. I personally think that this is plain selfishness. These people would destroy books just because it stated things that were against their beliefs. Haven't they even learned that you should respect the beliefs of others whether they differ from their own. If it weren't for this respectfulness, the entire world would have to go through one chaotic war. Anyway, there is hardly any religion involved or at least meant to be involved in the books. And if those religious people are so keen on burning books that state negative things about their beliefs, why don't they go ahead and burn other wonderful books such as Demian or even The Lord Of The Rings?
I am not a believer in God, nor do I have a firm religion at this time. But I think we should understand that the Harry Potter books are fictional. They do not rely on anything religious. The entire world of Harry Potter is just one very successful creation by Rowling.
I hope that we won't have to discuss anything religious anymore about Harry Potter - EC

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