Expelled Excels

“Expelled”, the new documentary starring Ben Stein, is the single most important movie of the decade.

This film exposes the academic elitists for who they really are – bankrupted humanists who apply double-standards to their so-called science while hoping that no one catches their sleight of hand.

The intolerance of the tolerance camp has been exposed. The closing of the ‘open mind; is put on display as those leading the charge against Intelligent Design (ID) are allowed to speak for themselves about their presuppositions, biases, and refusal to allow anything that resembles a Creator to enter into the discussion. Stein’s work sheds light on a fearful secularism that bans any challenge rather than seeking the logic of the facts.

This movie is more than just a film about the need for open discussion though, it shows what is at stake when we allow truth and fact to fall into insignificance.  It has been alarming to see the amount of prejudice and apathy regarding this movie particularly among those who have the most to lose from the entrenchment of the information-controlling juggernauts.  This is exactly the ground that makes evil fertile – ignorance and apathy mixed with a firm dose of pessimism.

Everyone should take the opportunity to see “Expelled” — if nothing else, as a bracing antidote to the atheism-friendly culture of PC liberalism. But it’s far more than that. It’s a spotlight on the arrogance of this movement and its leaders, a spotlight on the choking intolerance of academia, and a spotlight on the ignorance of so many who say so much, yet know so very little. – Brent Bozell

This documentary is required viewing for any one serious about academic freedom, their faith and the future of our schools. And, no, that’s not an exaggeration. See it and you’ll see.

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About ostrakinos

Pastoral sojourner in the world. Raising up four daughters. Citizen of earth. Resident of heaven. Taking ten looks at Christ.

Posted on April 20, 2008, in Creation science, Cultural. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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