Sunday, April 20, 2008


I very seldom recommend movies, but this is an important one. Pat and I are going tonight, but Megan saw it a few weeks ago and enjoyed it a lot. Yes, it's documentary, but if my hard-to-entertain daughter enjoyed it, then it's not dry, for sure. A lot of people have commented on how it explained things that they never understood before.
Click HERE to go to the website and watch the trailer and find a theater near you.

Here's one review:

LOS ANGELES, Calif.) August 28, 2007 – It’s a movie that Ferris Bueller would take the day off to go see. What freedom-loving student wouldn’t be outraged to discover that his high school science teacher is teaching a theory as indisputable fact, and that university professors unmercifully crush any fellow scientists who dare question the prevailing system of belief? This isn’t the latest Hollywood comedy; it’s a disturbing new documentary that will shock anyone who thinks all scientists are free to follow the evidence wherever it may lead.


Along the same lines, is another documentary I've been meaning to post here. It's called Indoctrinate U. It's particularly interesting for me since our son will be off to college in a little over a year, but everyone should be concerned about how our future leaders are being indoctrinated.

Go to the website (click) Indoctrinate U

4 incredible comments!:

Frank said...

I enjoyed the documentary and it is clear that there really are two distinct world views and that Stein is correct - the "scientific" point of view has totally bought into the atheist, evolutionist position. The result is a culture of death that has lost the integrity of scientific inquiry and embraced the kool-aid of abortion and eugenics. Cheers to Stein for having the courage to call them on it!

Amy said...

Very interesting! We have Indooctrination in our schools here. Nicole and I just listened to More than a charpenter by Josh McDowell. I'm starting to teach her how to defend her faith. I've never heard of this movie. I'll have to see it when it comes to DVD.

Sharon said...

I am so thankfful for that movie and I haven't even seen it yet. (I saw Juno this weekend and liked it) I can't believe all the people who are still all sure that we eveolved from plasma! Crazy.

I commented down by Easter!!

I love Matt's uniform. (I have to sneak shots of mine and they are get angry. Not many shots of my b people lately!) Barrington would love that job! I think if we lived close, B and Matt would really get along. Megan is amazing with her ballet! What a great role modle she is for her little sisters and the swimming is fantastic!!

Sharon said...

Hey, I put the link to the trailor on my post today too and also a link to you. I hope you don't mind!!??

My father in law and I were just in a 2 hour discussion about this subject. He might get a little ticked and think I'm poking at him and he would be RIGHT hahahaha. Convienient how this showed up right when I needed the support!