Five years ago, I began reading the series suspiciously, expecting to encounter a barrage of subversive, anti-Christian propaganda.I’d read plenty of books about the “occultism” of the series, and heard all the anti-“Potter” arguments.Welcome to r/Harry Potter, the place where fans from around the world can meet and discuss everything in the Harry Potter universe!
I was pleasantly surprised to find out that I’d been mistaken: the books were adventure stories in the style of Roald Dahl, with a layer of fairy-tale magic added on.
I devoured the first six volumes, read the seventh book as soon as it came out, and moved on to other things.
Anyone else who feels like they can add onto this for me, please do.*4.
As for International students, you could examine the international relations that the students experience when the Durmstrang and Beauxbaton students attend Hogwarts for the Triwizard Tournament.
As a Christian, I don’t want to cause anyone to stumble by what I say, nor do I want to simply stir up dissent.
However, considering that the franchise has almost run its course, and sentiments have cooled somewhat, I feel it’s time to take an in-depth look at some of the themes and worldview elements in this oft-disputed series.Hey guys, this is my first post here, but I am an avid fan of Harry Potter, and as such, I decided to write a research paper under the topic of Harry Potter. How can Harry Potter be used to teach students of academia? Why is Harry Potter a suitable source for teaching in academia? What kind of psychological factors help Harry Potter to be a suitable source for teaching in academia? How can Harry Potter be used to teach International Relations?If anyone has any more related questions I can use, that would be great!I’ll come right out with the thesis for this discussion: I do not believe the “Harry Potter” series is an apologetic for witchcraft, nor do I believe it should be shunned by Christians.While it isn’t an allegory on the level of the “Narnia” books, it contains some deeply Christian themes.This teaches students valuable skills for the classroom and in life. skillfully uses literary devices and writing techniques.The novels are also an excellent example of writing literature. Looking at her work can help students improve their writing.*3.The second time around, I was specifically looking for themes – and more specifically, I intended to write this commentary.This will necessarily be a fairly long discussion – after a brief summary of the series, this commentary will explore the three predominant motifs in the seven books before responding to a few of the foremost anti-“Potter” objections.Also, I need some more sources, however I have had some trouble lately in finding new sources. Edit: Hey all, sorry I've been MIA this weekend, went home for the weekend and left my computer charger at school.Thank you all so much for your help and I will post the paper after it is finished.