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Possible sensible solution to all this argument.
• Posted by: Bob
• Date: Thursday, January 25, 2007, at 8:41 p.m.
• IP Address:
• In Response to: 12 Reasons to avoid Harry Potter....hear me ou... (trial lawyer)

> I mean this with the utmost respect for all of you. I ask that you respect
> me.

OK, fair enough. You have a right to that. I think that a lot of these posts are totally immature and disrespectful. I'm disappointed by a lot of them.

Anyway, here's my solution: I fully understand your concerns, but you have forgotten that not everyone takes religion a seriously as you do. Most people don't really care that much about religion.

Here's the bottom line: If you believe in God, then you can. I seriously doubt Harry is much of a threat. If you believe something else (be it atheism, or any other religion) strongly enough, then Harry Potter isn't going to change your beliefs anyway. If you don't really care, then this isn't going to motivate you to believe in magic.

As a result, no matter what you believe, it's very unlikely that Harry Potter will change your beliefs all that much. In any case, Harry Potter isn't designed to do that. I know that anything with magic will probably cause some opposition, but I hope that at least here, we can stop some of this pointless debate.

If you still have a problem, that's fine, I respect that, but I don't advise posting what you did. All it does is start an argument. I mean, nothing like that (or any other post here) is going to change other people's fundamental beliefs, because if they believe something strongly enough, nothing you can do will change it. If they don't care, then its very hard to make them care.

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