I never said she wrote it. I just know that Hollywood is full of liberals pushing the gay agenda and she must take pleasure in portraying Christians this way, which is more than "poking fun."
Whether you know it or not, the media and entertainment industry, intend to influence our thoughts, beliefs and perceptions.
It's too bad that entertainment isn't just that anymore. It's about portraying things in a favorable or unfavorable light to manipulate our thoughts.
Now go away, because you're coming off as a creeper, following me everywhere.
Yes, Hollywood is filled with people who you do not agree with. The whole WORLD is filled with people who you do not agree with. That's life. You complain about Liberals "pushing the Gay agenda" but you never stop to think about how they feel about you "pushing your Conservative agenda". It works both ways. Both sides are always trying to "push" their views on everyone else. (I hate politics).
Of course. But not everyone allows who and what they watch on television to influence their political or religious stances.
Obviously you're from the "Leave it to Beaver" generation. I agree that there are some bizarre and distasteful things on television but to assume that it's the goal of everyone and everything in Hollywood to 'brainwash' viewers is a bit stupid.
Obviously you're working with an intellectual deficit or you'd see how one-sided my fight with Hollywood and the media is. They get to influence EVERYONE and I sit here arguing with you. Are my resources equal to theirs?
I hate politics too, but I'm not gonna let my country go the way it's going, without even struggling against it!
No, I've never even seen Leave It To Beaver, I was born in '77 in a little rural part of Ohio. I am 5 years younger than my brother, and all my cousins are his age or older, so I've been exposed to a more honorable and innocent lifestyle. And I never said "everyone and everything," but when people argue, they often exaggerate the others position, so I understand.
I wonder if you read this? [From CNN] Mayim Bialik said that having faith in Hollywood circles isn't "trendy." "I think in general it's never going to be trendy to be observant or religious in Hollywood circles," the actress said. "There are people I know of faith and we tend to congregate together.
Then I suggest you grab your torch and pitchfork and make your way down to the Whitehouse to tell the person that we have in office (since I won't call him 'president') and tell him how you feel about the country's direction.
Isn't it obvious what Mayim Bialik is saying? Isn't she saying Hollywood ostricizes believers? That was my point, Hollywood wants to undermine Christianity and make it look like a silly superstition.
When I was a kid, it was shameful to not believe in God, but talk about Christianity on here now and you'll have kids all over you, saying how stupid you are for believing in something they see as made up and silly. That's what I see as Hollywood's influence in action.
oh yeah how dare we show religious fanatics in a movie? we must pretend they don't exist
It's telling (if he's not just a troll to begin with) a "Christian" would call himself "Infinite Rage". Wrath and vanity are deadly sins just like lust is. You may as well call yourself "Eternal Lust". Even if you believe God is infinitely wrathful, that's your sorry opinion and you're not God.
It's also telling that anyone would bring homosexuality into this. The Bible does speak against homosexuality in the more wrathful, fire-and-brimstone books that have NOTHING to do with Jesus Christ. Homosexuals are no more "anti-Christian" than people who work on Sunday (and don't keep the Sabbath holy) are anti-Christian or the people who wear blended cloth. People once used the Bible to justify slavery and the burning of mid-wives at the stake; nowadays they use it to justify their homophobic bigotry.
It's telling (if he's not just a troll to begin with) a "Christian" would call himself "Infinite Rage". Wrath and vanity are deadly sins just like lust is. You may as well call yourself "Eternal Lust".
There is nothing homosexual in this movie. And the "anti-Christian" elements--which are more anti-religious-fanatic elements--were present when the novel was written in 1974 and were not imposed on it by some (allegedly) lesbian director.
But hopefully the OP is just a troll anyway. . .
Homosexuals are no more "anti-Christian" than people who work on Sunday (and don't keep the Sabbath holy) are anti-Christian or the people who wear blended cloth. People once used the Bible to justify slavery and the burning of mid-wives at the stake; nowadays they use it to justify their homophobic bigotry.
atheist politicians practically don't exist.
You keep on mentioning the director is a lesbian, so what should it matter. This film was based on a book from Stephen King who also wrote The Mist, Children of the Corn both of which didn't show Christian's in a good light. Why not blame him?
PWG, u r the one who is thick.
Ha ha you think i'm Canadian just because of my username. You seem very thin skinned for a Christian (what ever happened to turning the other cheek). As a christian you are highlighting two of the more negative stereotypes your religion has homophobia and being judgemental. Oh by the way Kaneda is a Japanese name.
Clearly, you're a christian with a persecution complex. Everybody is mean to the poor christians, who for centuries have been the cause of more deaths than anyone else.
You want facts? Here you go...http://www.truthbeknown.com/
And Hollywood consistently shows christianity in a negative light? How about you show the proof this time?