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They really kicked the traces and went down many a wrong road. " EACH TO HIS OWN "...thatz what makes " horse . they really kicked the traces and went down many a wrong road". My sentiments exactly! -- 05 Feb 2014, 11:59 -- . we all thought the same I don't see anything wrong with the series; I would let me kids read . to read Harry Potter. She felt that they were portraying witchcraft in a positive light and that we might be ". child......OY VEY, DIOS MIO! Indeed, oy vey! Definitely the wrong ones are ruling the roost— parents are half daft . wrote:suzy1124 wrote:goldenmountains230 wrote:Indeed, oy vey! Definitely the wrong ones are ruling the roost— parents are half daft . not approving material - a few don't like glorification of witchcraft such as in Harry Potter. Others are more liberal or.
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Let the kids read it. I don't see anything wrong with the books. There is an underlying theme of good. words used throughout the series. Yes, kids should know that witchcraft is not real, but it isn't as if JK. reasoning of those who have religious objections to books glorifying witchcraft) - but cant agree with above sentiment. It IS a parents. reasoning of those who have religious objections to books glorifying witchcraft) - but cant agree with above sentiment. It IS a parents. . In terms of kids and Harry Potter I see nothing wrong with it. In terms of what I may or may.
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To read them as a kid because of the whole witchcraft thing. I have read the first one as an adult. is a parents choice. I personally don't see anything wrong with children reading the Harry Potter Series, but I am. weary of letting their kids read these books, due to witchcraft and mild cussing, but really it is all fictitious and. to read them as a kid because of the whole witchcraft thing. I have read the first one as an adult. what is real and what is fantasy? I see nothing wrong with stretching the imagination after all ins't that what. was "satanic," "against God," and "would promote students to practice witchcraft and worship the devil." Ridiculous!! Why on earth would anybody.
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Watch the movies). She stated that it was wrong for parents to promote witchcraft in their children's lives. So, when I. . I loved them, of course, and knew my mother was wrong. These books are GREAT for children to learn life lessons. go against one's beliefs only if one believe in witchcraft. I wasn't allowed to read them when I was. go against one's beliefs only if one believe in witchcraft. [/quote] Sure - but some people do believe in witch craft. go against one's beliefs only if one believe in witchcraft. [/quote] Sure - but some people do believe in witch craft. zealot though. and yes ,there are people who believe in witchcraft - I don't myself but I can respect the beliefs. your logic. There are those who share the belief in witchcraft and, I agree, that can be somewhat problematic in a.
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' - many, perhaps most of us here do not believe in witchcraft. How about if you are a person who believes that. child to introduced to a world where not only is witchcraft not evil but where adults say it is normal and. of fact, maybe mom and dad are wrong about witchcraft being evil, maybe they are wrong about this whole god and morality thing. 's governed cannot access/view/read certain content may be wrong---depending on the content. But then, maybe a school librarian. the Dead" and therefore, she does not order them. Right, wrong or indifferent, those books still aren't "banned". If mom.
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