Nathan W. Bingham
Connecting in a Hyper-Connected World

More Pluralistic Propaganda

Aaron Armstrong pointed me to a new video documentary that has what I consider to be a blasphemous title. Not a clever marketing decision if you want to reach people who are careful how they use the name of God. Anyway, from the video trailer it appears to be, simply put, pluralistic propaganda.

Consider these words by Australian actor Hugh Jackman:

If you put Buddha, Jesus Christ, Socrates, Shakespeare, Arjuna, Krishna at a dinner table together, I can’t see them having any argument.

And with the power of multimedia, Ringo Star then declares:

God is love…

It might seem rational to travel the world to ask people “Who is God?” in an attempt to find truth. However, if you believe Romans 1:18 that men “suppress the truth in unrighteousness,” then all you’re going to find with that method is a collection of non-truth.