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Religious debates over the Harry Potter series of books by J. Rowling are based on claims that the novels contain occult or Satanic subtexts. Lewis and J. Tolkien , both of whom are known for writing fantasy novels with Christian subtexts. Rowling, describes herself as a practising Christian,  and many have noted the Christian references which she includes in the final novel Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.
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There are few literary or cinematic phenomena more popular worldwide than the Harry Potter series. Penned by author J. Rowling , the story of a boy who survived an assassination attempt in infancy, discovered he's a wizard at age 11, and grew up to defeat the most evil wizard on the planet has enveloped countless fans in a magical universe that we sometimes wish was real. How cool would it be to be able to cast a spell to fix our eyeglasses, heal broken bones, travel from place to place in a flash, and oh yeah, murder evil wizards?
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Warning: Major spoilers for all of the Harry Potter books and movies ahead. You've been warned. Over the thousands of pages of "Harry Potter" books and hours of their movie adaptations, funeral bells rang almost constantly. Considering the extremely high death toll in "Harry Potter" and our ongoing emotional investment in the series, it seems only appropriate that we put our tears to good use and rank the deaths in order of emotional devastation, from "cool with it" to "need a moment" to "day ruined if you even bring it up.
Even though the Harry Potter books came to a close when the seventh entry in the series was published in , that hasn't stopped author J. Rowling from adding to the larger lore of her wizarding world. With an Olivier and Tony-winning play that will probably live on the West End and Broadway for all eternity, and the Fantastic Beasts franchise chugging right along, Rowling has figured out how to mine her fantastical brain for content better than any blogger ever could.