Harry Potter was the start of this wave why? Do you permit your Chrisian kids to watch it along with Fairly god parents? This is terrible tv shows for families where is the Cosby like Shows?
What is family friendly for Christians?
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Answer by Babydoll1015 at 11:26 PM on Aug. 20, 2009
*sigh* Once again, there is nothing wrong with witchcraft.
It is a religion, a set of beliefs, and it's one and only rule is "An' it harm none, do as ye will".
Shows like FairlyOdd Parents, Witches at Waverly Place, Charmed, and Bewitched are no more true representations of witchcraft than Grey's Anatomy is an apt representation of how doctors interact and hospitals are run.
Harry Potter and company are fictional characters in a fictional world. I don't know a single real live witch that flies on a broomstick and waves a wand and makes things blow up or disappear. It might be kinda cool... but.
It. Is. Pretend.
Just like the Cosby Show.
Answer by Guinhyvar at 11:28 PM on Aug. 20, 2009