Morality for Muggles by Moshe Rosenberg
Ethics in the Bible and the World of Harry Potter

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Whether you are a student of religious learning, a fan of Harry Potter or just someone who likes to consider the important questions of life this book is for you! Moshe Rosenberg, a rabbi and educator, uses Jewish tradition and Harry Potter as the twin prisms through which to examine everything from friendship to free choice, prejudice to prophecy and rule-breaking to repentance. Along the way he demonstrates how popular literature like Harry Potter can be used to teach timeless, ethical concerns, from coping with loss to affirming human dignity in ourselves and others.

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Published August 4, 2011 by KTAV Publishing House. 128 pages
Genres: Religion & Spirituality, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Closing with 20 pages of generally engaging student essays (“Even though what Harry did was a little ‘braver,’ what Moses did was a little more sensible”) and a gathering of specific Bible references, the author gently eases even less contemplative readers into considering, as one chapter head pu...

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