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Friday, 29 August 2014

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The work of the dark lord?

Let Him be praised. The Him in question is not a religious figure. But he has inspired a devotion which has just become apparent at a Cumbrian church.

Elim Community Church at St Paul’s Square in Carlisle City Centre always has two large posters outside featuring various messages and puns.

The latest Easter-themed message says: ‘The way to heaven is via the king’s cross’.

At the bottom of one of the posters someone has written: ‘Platform 9 3/4.’

Just as John Lennon once said that The Beatles were more influential than Jesus, can the same claim now be made for Harry Potter?

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