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christian thoughts and apologetics class
Religion and Theology
Pages 3 (753 words)
Complete Name: Professor: Course: Date of Submission: Critical Response to “The Root of All Evil” by Richard Dawkins Describe in 2-3 paragraphs the basic plotline/structure/argument of the film. On substantiating his documentary of “The Root of All Evil”, atheist and scientist Richard Dawkins explored some of the prominent centers of religious faith in England, America, and Israel.
The structure of the documentary consists of a plot in which Dawkins supports his propositions through dynamic visuals which apparently coincide in favour of his statements. As part of his persuasive demonstration to convince the audience of the validity of his arguments, he initiates with a view of terror, depicting in brief that murderous acts originate from a religious motivation to satisfy man’s highest ideal. Dawkins conducts interviews with pilgrims and ministers as well as present a comparative analysis of science and faith in which the scientist ascertains that, whether the faith is Christian or non-Christian in nature, it is impossible for both to be put or directed towards reconciliation as they are severely opposed to each other. a) Looking at the film objectively, where does it appear to be saying correct or useful things? Expound these aspects of the film, analyzing how the Christian church can learn from them. For one, the film occurs to have a sensible point at the stage in which Dawkins acknowledges group solidarity, being a wonderful reinforcement to the faith among believers. ...
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