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• Posted by: Human
• Date: Wednesday, March 12, 2003, at 10:46 a.m.
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• In Response to: 12 reasons to avoid Harry Potter (trial lawyer)

Everybody thinks differently, of course. In my lowly human opionion, I think the problem is that people always think everything SO SERIOUSLY. Harry Potter is a movie, a children's book that relieves people from their every day stress from work and troubles, just like Bible and prayers when we turn to God. Of course it is nothing comparable with Bible and prayers (at least in some people's opinions), but it does relieve some people's stresses in an informal way.

Eversince the first Harry Potter book came out, have you seen children making witch crafts and potions because of the book, and later, the movies (Harry Potter has been around for a long time, you know)?

If you serve God so obdiently, why did you EVEN attempt to watch such a "corruptive" movie yourself? If you want to live exactly as Apostle Paul and other His loyal follower in the beginning of Christianity, why did you still sit here and looking at the corruptive internet discussions and other informations that, not only they are corrupting your soul and spirit (very strictly saying, you know), they also mislead you from following God in exact step?

We are all human, we are all sinful (that is, no one is perfect except for God Himself), and God will eventually complete us in his work. Therefore, we human, could only express God's expression in this corruptive world. It is God Himself, not anyone of us, to reveal the truth, the right, and the wrongs to the world.

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