Why Harry Potter Didn't Die in Deathly Hallows

It's been many years since the primary Harry Potter series concluded, 

however, the enduring appeal of the series continues to inspire theories regarding some of its most memorable moments.

For all fans, Harry Potter's first experience of how Harry got past the curse when he was a child was due to his mother's love for him protecting Harry,

however following the time that Voldemort returned with Harry's blood to restore his body in full He was able to hold Harry without any ill consequences.

This raises the issue of what happened to Harry after Harry was able to escape the curse for the second time in Deathly Hallows.

Being in a position to touch Harry could, theoretically suggest that Voldemort could kill him, which would indicate that something else was going on.

In the midst of a few misconceptions on the internet, there are two theories that are able to be debated and disproved to understand the reason why it took place.

The first theory is it is believed that the Resurrection Stone was able to bring Harry back to life after Voldemort made Avada Kedavra. 

The second theory is that after Voldemort returned his body to health using Harry's blood from Goblet of Fire, he was transformed into a Horcrux for Harry.