A Prologue TO PLOTS, ISSUES AND Topics.


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What's more, RELIGION. A Prologue TO PLOTS, ISSUES AND Topics. The Harry Potter Adventure. Story of young man who finds he is a wizard, bound to battle underhanded, covering the seven years (age 11-18) that he spends at Hogwart's School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.
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What\'s more, RELIGION AN INTRODUCTION TO PLOTS, ISSUES AND THEMES

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The Harry Potter Saga Story of young man who finds he is a wizard, bound to battle shrewd, covering the seven years (age 11-18) that he spends at Hogwart’s School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. Initial Six books distributed to date (1997, 1999, 2000, 2000, 2003, 2005.) Seventh book supposed by fans for July 2007 discharge (however far-fetched - J.K. Rowling just started composition it January 2006)

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J.K. Rowling J.K. Rowling (b. 1965) 2004, US dollar very rich person (first individual ever to turn into a tycoon by composing books). Degree in Classics and French, worked for Amnesty International, later unemployed. Thought for Harry Potter went to her on a train, she composed first book on coffee breaks keeping in mind unemployed.

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Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s (Sorcerer’s) Stone Plot: Harry finds he’s a wizard; goes to Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry; makes companions and adversaries; obstructs Voldemort’s plan to come back to power; is spared from death by force of Mother’s Love. Religious Themes: unique conception, checked fate, great versus insidious, conciliatory adoration, trial by flame (cleaning of the spirit)

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Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets Plot: Harry comes back to Hogwarts, finds the Chamber of Secrets, fights Tom Riddle/Voldemort, is spared by Ffawkes (phoenix) Religious Themes: great versus shrewd, satanic ownership, conciliatory affection, demise/restoration symbolism…

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Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Plot: Sirius Black getaways from Azkaban, chases Harry; Dementors chase Black (and Harry); genuine trickster is uncovered Religious Themes: great versus abhorrent, threats of doing/utilizing wickedness for “good” purposes, profound safeguard against “demons” of sadness, despair…

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Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire Plot: Voldemort has returned, Death Eaters develop in force, Harry’s name went into TriWizard Tournament, fights Voldemort in cemetery, spared by apparitions of folks. Religious subjects: great versus malicious, profound champion, conciliatory adoration, effortlessness...

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Harry Potter and the Phoenix\'s Order Plot: The Phoenix\'s Order opposes Lord Voldemort, Harry is tormented at school, takes occlumency lessons from Snape, is attracted into trap attempting to spare Sirius; fights passing eaters and Voldemort, Sirius is executed; Dumbledore uncovers a Prophesy Religious Themes: great versus shrewdness, forecast, destiny, Dark night of the soul…

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Harry Potter and the Half-blood Prince Plot: Potter utilizes an elixirs course reading claimed by “half-blood Prince” to exceed expectations at mixtures; associates Draco with being a demise eater; finds out about Voldemort’s early years; finds Voldemort has part his spirit into seven pieces; lives up to expectations with Dumbledore to recover pieces; resolves to leave school to seek after mission after Dumbledore’s fall. Religious Themes: great versus insidious, conciliatory adoration, faith…

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Harry Potter and Religious Communities - the discussion The principle issue: the books manage enchantment and witchcraft, which are taboo in the Bible - does the vicinity of enchantment and witchcraft in these books imply that they are upholding the act of enchantment by Christian kids? This inquiry frequently takes three primary forms… Harry Potter Book Burning

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Harry Potter and Religious Communities - Issue #1: Fantasy versus Reality? Is the universe of Harry Potter displayed as a dreamland, or as a “real” world? Is it unique in relation to The Chronicles of Narnia along these lines? On the off chance that a dreamland, (read: “completely anecdotal, creative, no association with genuine world” - does the test of Harry Potter regarding religious reaction go away? On the off chance that the universe of Harry Potter is introduced as a “real” world, what “threat” may Harry Potter present? Can youngsters differentiate in the middle of “fantasy” and “reality”?

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Fantasy versus Reality The “slippery slope” contention - respecting witches and wizards in fiction prompts appreciating them, all things considered? The “quacks like a duck” contention - if its called witchcraft, includes spells and mixtures, and conversing with phantoms, it is precisely what God has illegal, regardless of what connection it is discovered in…?

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Fantasy versus Reality The Satanism contention - If Satan is a genuine power, out to catch unwary personalities with all devices available to him, wouldn’t this incorporate dream novels… (particularly ones that glorify witchcraft?) - Fantasy books as instruments of Satan?

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Issue #2 - Good versus Evil Is Harry Potter truly a “good” gentleman? Is Harry Potter a good example to take after, or one to stay away from no matter what? On the off chance that he’s a good example to take after, what attributes does he show that are outstanding? In the event that he’s not, what qualities does he show that make him an awful good example to be maintained a strategic distance from?

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Good versus Evil WWHPD? Can you (would it be a good idea for you to) utilize Harry Potter as an aide for settling on life decisions? Harry Potter as an advanced “Grimm’s Fairy Tale”? Astronomical great versus fiendish, versus regular great & malicious - absence of high contrast limits on ordinary level undermine limits on infinite level?

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Issue #3 Secular versus Religious? Are the Harry Potter books, (and Harry Potter’s world) mainstream or religious? Most tested books three years running (1999-2001), more than 400 difficulties on religious grounds. Can any arrangement of books that can be seen as both an arrangement of rules for Christian kids to take after, AND a dangerous slant down to Satanism and the Occult, NOT have a f

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