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Harry Potter and the Paganization of Culture (Anglais) Broché – avril 2011


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Book by Michael OBrien


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You won't be deceived! 16 août 2013
Par GPdL - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle
Excellent book. I guess it becomes easier to follow the author if you read first A Landscape with Dragons. What I love in Michael O'Brien books is the incredibly bibliography he recommends on the subjects he discusses. It is a pity the don't sell anymore the kindle version, I would have like to buy the electronic version!
None sense 3 décembre 2014
Par Montse Mccormack - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
For all of those people that after reading this book they feel that the soal of their kids is in trouble, let me tell you something.
I have many kids. The oldest was around fourth grade when these books came out. Now she is 22. They all read Harry Potter. At different ages and many, many, many times. Their morality is not messed up. They are super catholic, leaders, know what is right and wrong and actually share it,and teach it their friends. They love Harry Potter.

Time is a treasure. Do we have to be waisting it trying to find "evil" in a story because it was a phenomenon? What about accepting that J.K Rowling is a genius?
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thoughtful and well-written 9 janvier 2012
Par Kathylee Johnson - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I am so glad to see that the physical book will soon be available on Amazon. I purchased the book on my Kindle and was so impressed that I sought out the publisher (Fides et Traditio) and bought a physical copy as well. This book is so important that I intend to loan it out to whomever will read it. It is a collection of articles that Mr. O'Brien wrote to address the rise in the type of dark fantasy books directed toward children and teenagers. Of course, there have always been fantasy books for young people, but he posits that these are a different breed -skillfully written and designed to twist symbols and the normal human reaction to right and wrong. He includes other series, such as the Philip Pullman series and the Twilight series, and analyzes their biases (which are not necessarily obvious to the casual reader). If you have children or grandchildren, or are responsible for children in any capacity, or are simply concerned about the direction that Western culture is taking, you should read this book.
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Things are not always as they appear to be! 19 août 2011
Par Lenora J. Grimaud - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The author is very knowledgeable about the field of Literature, and has done extensive research into the affects of literature, especially fantasy, on the minds and hearts of our youth, not to mention, adults. We don't always recognize the subtleties that lie beneath the surface. There are many wonderful works of literature that can truly benefit the minds and hearts of our youth, but Harry Potter is not one of them. I only hope that parents who care about what they are feeding their children, body, mind, and spirit, will be open to reading "Harry Potter and the Paganization of Culture." We have the power to create new life in our present culture of death, if only we will do it.
Lenora Grimaud
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Well reasoned and exlained 11 juillet 2011
Par V. Mayfield - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
This is an incredibly informative book that details books like the Harry Potter books (though other books and movies are analyzed)and details why it is not true authentic Christian Literature in the sense that moral relativism is rampant, dark symbols are portrayed as good, death is an ongoing theme and that there aren't really any virtues except what the most powerful persons in the books claim them to be.

It goes into more detail than O'Brien's previous book; and his explanations are clear and charitable. If one seeks to read a dark book, so be it. But know that it is a dark book, not a book pretending to be a virtuous one. This, especially is dangerous for children who need guidance.
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