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May 2nd, 2012 (7:40 AM). Edited May 2nd, 2012 by Mana.
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I would just like to point out, there is a drastic difference between Harry Potter and the Bible. Nobody (I hope) believes Harry Potter to be true. Millions (if not billions) believe the Bible to be true. I think destroying religions' text has much more significance in the face of its believers; its like a slap in the face for them. So yeah, I'd say it's insensitive.
Ah, see, theoretically there is a difference - but in reality there is not. A Bible may be sacred, but unless it is your own personal copy of the Bible it is totally irrational to get emotional about one being ripped. Cast off Bibles are no doubt burned, wrecked or recycled these days.
Doesn't anyone find it ironic that the original laws of God apparently got turned over because they weren't good enough?
You would think an all powerful God would manage to get some simple laws right the first time.
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