Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Morgan Freeman's The Story of God
Don't forget my celebrity rule. Morgan Freeman is another one who sold out to the powers that be. I decided to watch two of these shows. Sometimes I will watch and look at things I don't agree with to post about them here. The videos do have many "signs" and symbols" you may recognize. The pyramid at the start of one was put there probably by design.
It wasn't easy, though they had decent enough footage of religious ceremonies and scenery, because basically what he was selling was universalism. I heard basically the same message over and over during my years in the Unitarian Universalist church. Some of these messages include: "All religions lead to "god". "Human beings simply have different understanding of "god" but none of them are wrong and all have pieces of the puzzle".
This message is wide spread now. Those who deviate from this script are often described as bigots. I left the UU church in 1999, and the changes in people's thinking has been radical in the last 17 years. Even members of other religions would stand on them being "true" without holding the idea that their religion was just one more truth among many but now most people see their "religion" as representing a flavor of truth just like the UUs. Almost everyone is an universalist now and even many of the so called "Christians" are.
God is not unique to the Christian faith according to many of these people but is present in all religions of the world.
Morgan Freeman via this show definitely is promoting certain ideas. Catholicism and Catholic "scholarship" is held up. Just the other day, someone I know local must have seen the show in the first video as they named Nero as being represented by the number 666. One can pick words like umbrella or sauerkraut and add up numbers all over the place so I don't buy that logic. 666 goes deeper then that. That one would take a post of its own.
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