Seriously, don't bother. It starts out okay, but the fic as a whole is not worth reading.
The theology, when present, is skin-deep. There are no grand arguments on the nature of God and sin, no interesting clash of positions, no slow transformation of a girl's relationship with Jesus; just some people who emotionally quote verses and an aunt which tries to calm down here niece's worries with platitudes about her having a "gift" (which, admittedly, is what a real person would be more likely to do). But no biggie; surely a humanistic tale focusing on the growing experiences of one young religious girl attending Hogwarts will be interesting enough on it's own, right? Except that, no, that angle is dropped halfway through the fic in favor of focusing on a lame Heir of Slytherin plot, with only token references to the character thumbing through her Bible thereafter. In short, if you were shanghaied into reading the fic by the promise elicited from the premise, you are going to feel gypped.
To add insult to injury, the fic is badly written. I'm not talking about the occasional typos; those are easy enough to overlook. But the fic contains little in the way of transition scenes, often jumping from one meaty scene to the next with no more separation than a horizontal ruler. What transitions there are
are horrendously lacking in detail, particularly later in the fic where entire weeks will pass by with only a couple of vague sentences to describe them. The author does a horrible job conveying the experience of paranoia and fear that he swears is occurring as a result of the petrification attacks; which is a shame, because that would have been an interesting idea to explore - how the every(wo)man sees the events from canon. Introduction to the routine of classes and teachers is limited to a single scene in charms, which is particularly damming for a first-year-at-Hogwarts fic. And that's without going into the characters, most of whom except for the protagonist are bland and uninteresting.
Redeeming qualities? Like I said, the beginning was nice. Copi is an interesting and endearing addition to the story. And the chess motif from the last chapter was well done. Overall, the fic can make for decent light reading if you have some time to kill... but if you are looking for a high-quality work, look elsewhere.