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By Orson Scott Card Spoiler alert: This post reveals the ending of Book Seven. So we’ve lived in J.K. Rowling’s moral universe for a decade now, seven volumes worth. Where did she take us, and to the degree that we […]

By Orson Scott Card It has truly been a pleasure to converse — or at least take turns speaking — with Dr. Mohler. His attitude of quiet analysis is a refreshing change from the vitriol and slander that I’ve seen […]

By Orson Scott Card (I’m assuming that anyone reading this essay has already finished “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” If you haven’t, stop reading now, and get back to J.K. Rowling so you’ll know what I’m talking about, and […]

By Orson Scott Card Editor’s Note: This blog post reveals plot points in the first third of “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” Good people doing bad things — or rumored to have done them. Bad people doing noble things […]

By Orson Scott Card Editor’s Note: This blog post does not reveal any plot points in “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.” “Jane, you ignorant sl–…” Oh, wait, I’m showing my age. Just because I’m in a two-person debate in […]

By Orson Scott Card A few days from now, J.K. Rowling will bring the Harry Potter series to an end. Well, actually, she brought it to an end months ago. But by the end of this week, we will finally […]

By Orson Scott Card There is a sort of comfortableness that can settle in with majoritarians. A complacency that allows one to be picky and exclusive. I remember getting this feeling when I lived in Utah. I moved to the […]

By Orson Scott Card Each time a group of Christians comes up with an unfamiliar way of understanding the scriptures and our relationship with God, there are other Christians who are quick to insist that anyone who believes like that […]

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