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The Harry Potter novels and movies have “mesmerized and entire generation of kids” (Time Magazine, June 23, 2003, p.6). Most consider them harmless fiction - yet could there be a menace behind the magic? God's last books warns, “by sorcery all the nations were deceived” (Revelation 18:23). Will Potter-mania contribute to the fulfillment of this prediction?

Hidden Dangers in Harry Potter is a thought provoking and very informative look into the inspiration and teaching of J.K. Rowling's best selling fiction series. Learn the very real dangers behind this popular character enchanting millions of children with tales of witchcraft. Join Steve Wohlberg as he challenges us to question, What does the Bible say about this kind of entertainment? You will find this to be a well-researched, fair, and eye-opening presentation.

**Teaching Series audio recorded from a live author seminar.**

©2002 Steve Wohlberg (P)2013 Destiny Image

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STOP

I honestly got this because I thought it would be funny but its really just a sad sad man that believes people are not smart enough to differentiate between reality and fiction. This man makes his money by praying on the fears of his followers :(. plus I can't take some seriously that can't pronounce JK Rowling and muggles correctly!!!

117 of 121 people found this review helpful

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I thought it would be an interesting book about Harry Potter explaining the dangers he went through (I admit I didn't read the description). its just someone ranting about how it's satanic. people aren't stupid. they know reality from fiction

30 of 31 people found this review helpful

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Crazy man

This man couldn't even pronounce muggle correctly and completely missed the point of Harry Potter, love conquers all. He focused way too much on fictional magic.

12 of 12 people found this review helpful

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Do not buy. waste of money.

Do not buy. complete waste of money. Should have previewed first before buying. His view not mine.

36 of 39 people found this review helpful

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bad

bad it is a bad book don't read it unless you like being bored ok

46 of 51 people found this review helpful

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pointless....

I listened to the sample...As far as I can tell he's just pissed that it made so much money. Hello the series has gotten more kids and adults to read than any other books have. It has put money in the pockets of everyone from the people who make the books and DVD to the workers in the theaters to book store workers and toy companies.. How is making money a bad thing..after all its the whole reason we wake up in the morning....get a life dude...and a job..

30 of 33 people found this review helpful

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it is alsome you shud listen to it it is very Good

it is good to be listening to the book it s very very nice book

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  • TMun
  • Arkansas, USA
  • 09-30-17

IIlliterate man thinks magic is real.

I expected this to be a magic bad Jesus good rant going in, but this is just sad. It is clear that he has not read the books from his worse than awful synopsis of the beginning of the first book, nor does he even know the proper order of the books in the series; even leaving out the chamber of secrets entirely. this is nothing but a 2 hour strawman argument wrapped around a slippery slope fallacy. I had at least hopped for this to be the book he "wrote" and not some sermon on why kids don't read the right kind of books his narrow mindset allows.

The dunce can't even say muggle propperly.

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the review is misleading. this book angered me

I do not agree but am as far on the other side as he is

15 of 47 people found this review helpful

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