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originally posted by: AugustusMasonicus
originally posted by: intrepid
That had more action than a real soccer match.
originally posted by: Akragon
a reply to: BuzzyWigs
I think its kinda funny that the one guy keeps on hammering the idea that a "young person" can and will look at the movie and think that this is an actual truth and or history of Jesus in any way, shape or form.
IF you want to actually learn about something, you don't go to a comedy bit or satire of something to find the truth of it
You go to the source...
But with the stupidity of this world it somehow wouldn't surprise me that people might take such things as fact
This is one of my biggest complaints with Gen Y. They think they know what the Bible says and Christianity is all about because they saw it on Father Ted or 7th Heaven
The problem with going to the source, is that the source becomes God and removes the need for anything other than the source.
IF you want to actually learn about something, you don't go to a comedy bit or satire of something to find the truth of it You go to the source...
As reported in the article The Six Living Generations: (b)Toddler/Elementary school age. 61 percent of children 8-17 have televisions in their rooms. 35 percent have video games. 14 percent have a DVD player. 4 million will have their own cell phones. They have never known a world without computers and cell phones. Have Eco-fatigue: they are actually tired of hearing about the environment and the many ways we have to save it.
Wait until the Generation Z/Boomlets, come into their own.