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Review: Looking for God in Harry Potter

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Marcia Ford

In recent years, John Granger, a homeschooling father and selfpublisher with an impeccable background in classical languages and literature, has become widely known as an authority on the Harry Potter book series. His expertise is ironic on one level; living in an intentionally televisionfree household, he knew nothing of Pottermania until after the fourth book released. Even then, he ignored the ... Read full review

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i really like to read this type of books.i have a unlimited faith towards the books i read.that's while i have faith to have this type of magical world is originally created.

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not worth the paper it's written on.

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I agree with Granger, I haven't read his book, but throughout Harry Potter there are simmilarities with biblical themes, like when Harry thinks he is going to die to save his friends, etc. The good-against-bad theme is there the whole way through, and GOOD WINS!!!!! I think the thing most people have an issue with is that the Good also are witches and wizards. Lets remember that J.K.Rowling was baptised when a teenager and believes in God. 

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jk rowling hates the church

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