Hour of the Witch
Harry Potter, Wicca Witchcraft, and the Bible
by Steve Wohlberg
Millions of children across the globe are enjoying the magical
adventures of Harry Potter. Are these harmless fantasies or is
a sinister spirit lurking behind the best-selling books? Hour
of the Witch: Harry Potter, Wicca Witchcraft, and the Bible scrutinizes
these popular tales from a spiritual standpoint. Sorcery and
the supernatural are essential to Harry Potter's escapades and
parents should consider how all this wizardry influences their
kids. Does being immersed in images of witchcraft have a lasting
impact on an impressionable mind? Beyond this, real Wicca Witchcraft
is growing rapidly among teens. Is Harry Potter fueling Wiccan
Learn the truth behind Harry Potter and how to protect your children
from being bewitched.
From the back cover:
Gazing down to Earth's last days with heavenly vision, the
Bible's last book predicts, "Through sorcery all nations were
deceived" (Revelation 18:23). This is no fictitious pronouncement,
but the ominous truth about the end-times.
Kids, teenagers, and adults around the world have become fascinated
with mysterious energies flowing through witches. In rapidly
increasing numbers, young and old are visiting popular witchcraft
web sites, buying spell books, joining covens, mixing potions,
and practicing magic.
The bestselling series of children's books ever written is
Harry Potter, a tale about a young sorcerer. Most parents view
Harry Potter as harmless entertainment, yet others are certain
dark spiritual forces lurk beneath those magic-made-funny pages.
Hour of the Witch offers penetrating
insights into this apocalyptic phenomena as it explores the controversial
worlds of Wicca Witchcraft, Harry Potter, and the Bible.
About the Author: Steve Wohlberg is the Speaker/Director of Endtime Insights Radio and TV Ministry
and hosts the nationally sundicated World News and the Bible radio show. Author of ten books, Wohlberg
is highly respected for his simple style and clear thinking.
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