Conservapedia is a joke.
Without getting into what it says about us ignorant atheists , take a look at this excerpt from the harry potter article...
''The books also present witches and wizards as being both normal people and abundant. This deceit causes children to likewise accept magic and witchcraft as normal, and they identify with the children in the books, again furthering their acceptance and witchcraft. The reality about magic - that witches are evil and, thankfully, not COMMON(wtf) - is not presented.''
''The Harry Potter series is written in a way that embeds fantasy and wizardry into a real world setting. This could potentially lead to some children potentially exploring witchcraft, Wicca, and paganism.''
Maybe if you didn't teach them that you can turn water into wine, they wouldn't think that you can turn an animal into a cup.
''Black Holes result from God dividing the universe by zero.''