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February 08, 2011

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Tutu, Zinn, and Chomsky are decent people to interview for a film like this. I guess...

But:

* lynne mctaggart (uses "the power of quantum mechanics" in a self help program)
* Coleman Barks (poet)
* Thom Hartmann (progressive liberal talk show host)

Come on...

I can't think of any 3 people i'd rather punch in the face more than those 3.

I hate these freakin films. They're always such a let down of utterly mediocre thinking and sophomoric philosophy.

And let me guess, at the end of the film they're gonna talk about how, at the quantum level, we all share atomic particles that are related in mysterious ways, and hence, the universe has "wired us for brotherhood."

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

Painfully idiotic

It's almost as bad as lee strobel's "case for christ" series - a "critical examination" of the facts about Jesus (which conveniently fails to include a single interview with a skeptic)

Strobel is the skeptic. It's a retelling of his journey from atheism to Christianity.

Come on dude.
Do some research.

Lumbergh,

He "played skeptic" for the book series.

But he had actually already been working as a pastor a decade before publication.

@ToNy, as @Lumbergh wrote, the Case for Christ series is a RETELLING of his journey from atheism to Christianity.

Never mind the video series, did you read the books? Strobe plays the skeptic, have you found any stronger skeptic arguments than the ones presented in the books??

i dunno what you mean by 'retelling'.

as far as i can tell, all the interviews were conducted a decade after his conversion...?

"But the solution begins with a deeper transformation that must occur in each of us. I AM isn’t as much about what you can do, as who you can be. And from that transformation of being, action will naturally follow."

It seems to me that this statement is essentially correct. However, I would be willing to bet good money that Shadyac ignores the only source for such a change: the transformative power caused by a relationship with the God of the Bible, made possible by the sacrifice of Jesus Christ.

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