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Re: Salvation Made Easy! Buy A T-Shirt
• Posted by: Lex   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Tuesday, January 28, 2003, at 11:52 p.m.
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• In Response to: Salvation Made Easy! Buy A T-Shirt *NM* (Tim)

I agree with Ozzy. All you are doing is marketing a product and that has nothing to do with the music at all.
Half the young witches and wizards at Hogwarts are probably christan anyway. why else would they celebrate christmas?
the score is breath taking, and wonderfully written, but why would you even bother getting involved with it if you hate it. i put it to you to actually read the books, with a clear mind.
all these books have been analyzed to the tenth degree by real theologans that have decided that the books are not evil and satanic, and in fact, just good fiction writing. people are flocking away from the churches. many of them, because of the fact that priests and heavy god botherers have an oppinion that they believe should be the only one.
if you remove harry potter, it would be like destroying every copy of lord of the rings. does that not have "witchcraft" as you put it, all the way through it. but lotr does not get critisism.
there is no mention at all of satan, or evil gods and goddesses in harr daryl said: when we get a scene where little 6 year olds are summoning satan THEN you gotta start worrying.
but until then, let the people who enjoy harry potter enjoy it, and refrain from preaching to the rest of us. it is everyone's own choice to choose what they read. if the pope suddenly became interested in the occult, for instance, there would not be a thing you could do to stop it. there would be general uproar amongst the catholic community, but it would be his onw choice.

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