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I have to go with Evan Crawford in favor of McDonalds, even though I personally hate the place, as he provided a documented source along with his personal opinion.   

McDonalds hands down. His argument was the best, it tastes better, and it is all around better.

I disagree with that statement wholeheartedly.

NOTICE:

Evan Crawford won the BK vs MD debate.

My vote goes to Falling Star.

I vote Falling Star as well.

NOTICE:

Falling Star won the Harry Potter: Good Read for Christians? debate.

I'm sorry, but you should wait until everyone has voted to decide who wins. Because I vote for Mandalore on the Harry Potter debate.

I vote Mandalore, Too! 

No matter who wins this we know that Harry potter is not a good book for Christians.

I have come back from the long forgotten past to smite your ignorance. No one can or should even try to speak for everyone on any subject. Harry Potter is in no way a bad series (because it's actually seven books) for Christians. What is bad for Christians is having a superstitious fear of the Harry Potter books. That sort of close mindedness is why so many people hate on Christianity. Know what you speak of before you speak, otherwise no one can respect what you say.  

You have no right to call her ignorant. And if "No one can or should even try to speak for everyone on any subject." Then why are you trying? The Bible says and I quote " only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen." That is Ephesians 4:29. Does Harry Potter help build us up? Or does it do as it says in 1 Corinthians 15:33 “Bad company corrupts good character.”? Is Harry Potter good company? If you speak outside of Scripture I can't respect what you say. 

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