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I am sorry sir, but you are wrong
• Posted by: Jerry
• Date: Thursday, November 14, 2002, at 1:19 p.m.
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• In Response to: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter is ... (Pastor C St. John)

I am disappointed with the way that about 85% of the Christian community is handling the situation of Harry Potter. I am writing this to state publicly that I myself am a Christian. Maybe if the people in the community would take the time to find out more about the author herself, maybe they wouldn't be saying the things that they are right now. J.K. Rowling came from an abusive relationship, and the only way she could actually get her kids to escape that reality, was when she began to write the books about a boy who is estranged from the rest of the world. The thing that about 90% of the Christian communtiy fails to realize is the fact that they sit here and rip on Harry Potter because it was supposedly written by a non-christian. News flash here, didn't Lord of the Rings also deal in the subject of sorcery? People right now are so blind, they think that since a book was written by "Christian" it can be deemed as not a spawn of Satan but rather good literature. I think Harry Potter is probably the best thing that has ever happened in the world of children's books. I just hope that in due time, Christians around the world will get off of their walls and actually take time to see how wrong they are. But like any good thing, this will all take time.

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