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Re: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter is the Prince of Darkness!
• Posted by: JnB   <Send E-Mail>
• Date: Wednesday, November 13, 2002, at 7:40 p.m.
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• In Response to: Extremely OFFENSIVE film and music, Potter is ... (Pastor C St. John)

Now here is a man who's got his head on straight...

In actuality, this guy just convinced me to see the film. I find it interesting that the greatest achievements in every art form are the ones that are [not of God].

Dude, chill! There are much more important things in life than God! Stop being medieval, renaissance yourself and check back with us when you're better.
(By the way, heroEs has an 'e' in it.)

> 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. In fact, the Bible associates all forms of
> sorcery with the Prince of Darkness...Young people who watch the movie
> will identify emotionally with the heros and heroines and want to be just
> like them and, in the process, the positive exposure to occult practices
> will desensitize them to the dangers and maybe entice them to
> experimentation.

> Not only does Harry Potter not have anything at all to do with God but it
> promotes such acts as divination, necromancy, incantations and other
> occultic practices, and such behaviour like lying, cheating, stealing and
> other bad behaviours that kids will imitate as Harry Potter is a hero
> amongst their generation. Harry Potter seemed to have a hypnotic feel to
> it as if it was drawing you into something more than just a movie. If I
> offend anyone with my next statement then tough but it's the truth... the
> Word tells us that in the last days many will be led astray, even the
> elect (Christians), and even goes on to tell us that Satan comes as an
> angel of light. Harry Potter is such an angel, showing courage, friendship
> and the battle of 'good vs evil' but in the end it's all worldly. Where
> has discernment gone in the body of Christ? Where have morals gone also?
> Bottom line: This film is [not of God]

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