Further, the devil value described by Weaver pertains to all opposites to the god terms. The evil terms includes communism. Communism is the opposite of democracy. Next, the rebel or those who fight against the established government and its policies, laws, morals, ethics, and other standards are classified as devil-related. Evil or the devil focuses on preventing the god-like acts from cropping up, continuing, and prospering (Duffy, 1993).
God Value. Luke Skywalker espouses God value. Luke Skywalker has been consistent throughout the three movies. In Episode 4, Luke Skywalker imitates a God character, obedience or doing good acts. Luke Skywalker obeys his foster father’s instructions to prioritize the harvest of the crops over enrolling in school. Luke Skywalker obey’s Obi Wan Kenobi’s instructions to fight for what is right, the Jedi way of life (Brode, 2012).
Sermonic language. In episode 4, episode 5 and episode 6, Obi Wan Kenobi’s sermon focuses on Luke Skywalker’s destiny (Lucas, 2012). Obi Wan Kenobi persuades Skywalker that Skywalker is the only person who is destined to stop Darth Vader’s attacks on the rebel base and its people. Episode 5 shows Yoda training Skywalker to be a better Jedi fighter. In Episode 6, Darth Vader continually sermons Skywalker that Vader cannot change from being bad to being good (Glut, 2011).
Argument of cause-affect. The story shows Skywalker trying his best to convince his father to convert to a good person. In Episode 5, Skywalker learns that Darth Vader is his father (Glut, 2011). In Episode 6, Skywalker tries his best to convert his father to change to the good side. Skywalker’s refusal to kill his father triggered the conversion of Darth Vader from being an evil person to being a good person.
Argument of authority. The three episodes show the importance of authority. The government forces will use force to