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Biblical Discernment on Harry Potter The article wrote by Reverend Raymond Kwong exposes the true form of J K Rowlings Harry Potter I admire this guy for having the guts to speak out to the patrons of the said literary work a part of which was already made into a blockbuster movie That is a hard thing to do especially now that it has popular appeal to a wide spectrum of people I agree that Harry Potter promotes witchcraft occult and it may even be connected to satanic worship but the reverends work is based on a constipated viewpoint and it is in fact an overkill Why did I say that Well the reverend did make a biblical discernment on the literary work but he added quotations from several books eg Satanic Bible Masonic and Occult Symbols Illustrated etc that cannot be said as the right authorities on this matter These books were used by the reverend to condemn J K Rowlings work but these are based on mere mysticism and the personal viewpoints of their respective authors For my part I believe that those self-confessed Satanists do not know what theyre doing because the mere facts that the Devil presents himself as an angel of God and that he works treacherously like a Lion waiting for its prey doesnt jive with his supposed worshippers that do nothing but expose themselves and obtain their 15 minutes of fame As Ive said when it is the Devils work the majority of the people will not recognize it to be hence they would be lured to it like J K Rowlings book turned out to be Ive also mentioned that the reverends work is an overkill because of his forgive the word stupid interpretations of certain mythical figures and occult numbers Do 11 and 9 sound evil to you I mean whats this fuzz about these fancy numbers If one book says that these numbers
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