What's a Christian to Do with
Christians who think they already know all they need to know about
Harry Potter would do well to THINK AGAIN.
Readers of my book are consistently surprised at what they DID NOT
KNOW about Harry Potter -- and the benefits they gained by informing
Christians are divided over this issue, but the answer is not to
side-step around it.
We need to make the most of the unprecedented opportunities Harry Potter
affords us. I show you how you can, whether you end up pro or con on
Harry, while maintaining unity and civility in the body of Christ.
If you are firmly set against Harry Potter, I won't try to dissuade
you, as that is one biblically viable position.
However, I will offer you facts to shed light on false rumors, help you
protect your kids from real-world occult, help you understand the
stories without having to read them, and help you explain your decision
to your kids.
If you are a Harry Potter fan, I will explain how this can be a
biblically viable position and give you insight to ways you can
profitably use these stories.
I will also give you insight that will help you deal with the
accusations and suspicion you or your children may receive from
Christians who oppose Harry Potter.
Jill Savage, Director of Hearts at Home, author, speaker, mother of four
"Connie Neal has created an excellent resource for Christian
parents, educators and the Christian community..."
Michael G. Maudlin, Christianity Today International, Executive Editor
of Christian Parenting Today magazine
"...get a hold of Connie Neal's book. ... Christian discourse
would dramatically improve if we followed her example".
Dr. Rich Buhler, founder of Truth or Fiction.com, author, radio
"...a thoughtful, thorough, and balanced look at the Harry
Stephen Arterburn, founder and chairman of Women of Faith and New Life
"Harry is now part of the culture. Learn from it; and allow Connie
Neal to help you and your children."