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Offline kalpana80

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The Fantasy World
« on: April 14, 2010, 03:05:05 PM »
Children are understandably fascinated with the kind of power that Harry and others in his world possess. Author JK Rowling says,

"The idea that we could have a child who escapes from the confines of the adult world and goes somewhere where he has power, both literally and metaphorically, really appealed to me." [6]
Certainly power is appealing, especially “white” witchcraft like this that is made to look so innocent.
Even some Christians leaders agree that it's “just fantasy” and generally acceptable for the Christian reader, including Chuck Colson of Breakpoint, the editors of World Magazine, and Connie Neal (author of What's A Christian To Do With Harry Potter?) [7] However, occult experts, Marcia Montenegro of Christian Answers for the New Age [8] and Caryl Matrisciana, author of Gods of the New Age [9], disagree with their Christian peers. Both have personal experience in the occult before becoming Christians

As one example among many, Caryl points to a chapter in the fourth book entitled "Flesh, Blood and Bone".

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Re: The Fantasy World
« Reply #1 on: August 5, 2010, 06:16:08 AM »
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