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August 24 2009 Christian Literature Newsletter

Dear Readers,

With schools due to reopen, I asked some friends, all of whom are Christian and parents, what they thought about the use of magic in children's books.
The answers were polar opposites. Forum posts generally agreed that we all grew up with make-believe and suffered no ill consequences. My forum posters mostly agreed that it is up to the parents to talk to their children in order to explain fantasy verses the sorcery discussed in the Bible.

This weeks' reviews of the Magic Tree House series can be found at the following link:

Also reviewed was a book by a retired Episciple Bishop which takes a very liberal view of Christianity. So liberal as to distort the message contained within the Bible.

Next week's reviews will focus on spiritual warfare, prayer and living a promise driven life.

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Drop by the forum and let me know what you think about these or any other issues!

Have a blessed week!

Lyn Sedmina, Christian Literature Editor

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