If you haven’t heard of this documentary yet, you are either not living in the Western Anglosphere, or you are living under a rock.
Streaming for a small subscription fee at the DailyWire, I would really suggest you check it out. It is informative and illuminating… with a few moments that are genuine enough and raw enough to get your eyes watering.
One of the things that struck me most from the film is the fact that many people, to a large degree, either don’t believe in or aren’t interested in truth, as such. They are just focused on desires… you can have “your truth,” and it can be whatever you want, “as long as it doesn’t affect me,” goes the mantra. But ideas have consequences. Bad ideas can have a powerful cultural effect by accruing political and social power to protect themselves – because they don’t have the power of the truth. Just as well, how God actually made the universe matters for how we approach Him – which is the real point of our existence, after all, including our biology.
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Our society no longer values what is True more than what it wants. That makes the argument “but this is true” much less effective. Sad, really. Good take here.
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