Popular Culture: Harry Potter: February 2002 Archives

February 12, 2002

Potter fans say Bible is evil

From an Australian satircal magazine:

OXFORD, Tuesday: A number of concerned British Harry Potter fans have spoken out against the Bible, claiming that the holy text of the Christian Church can cause serious damage to children. Reading the Bible teaches children to believe in the supernatural, said one English Literature academic from Oxford University, Lewis Williams. The tales of Jesus turning water into wine are fairly harmless, but there is a serious risk of children drowning if they try to walk on water, he said.

Harry Potter fans warn against dangerous effects of Bible, The Chaser 49.

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