Billing itself as “the definitive film on the subject of birth control and it’s [sic] impact on the Church, marriage, and family”, I strongly suspect this film will be definitive of nothing except the conservative evangelical mania for aping the dogma of the Republican Party instead of actually reading the Bible. This is from the film website:
We live in a culture where there is no fundamental difference on the issue of child prevention between the church of Jesus Christ and unbelievers. The fruit of our contraceptive culture is rancid and many voices are calling for a restoration of the church. In order to effectively communicate the truth about birth control and it’s [sic] impact on the church, marriage, and family, we have to ask two questions: How Did We Get Here, and Is It Up to Us?
My Further Questions:
- Why does there need to be a difference between the Church and the rest of the culture on the issue of preventing pregnancy?
- Did you think we wouldn’t spot your attempt to conflate contraception and hating children (“child prevention”)?
- What does it mean to have a “contraceptive culture”?
- How does restoration of the Church have anything to do with contraception?
- Is it possible that you’re just throwing around buzzwords and scare terms to trick us into believing contraception is a threat to our beliefs?
- Should people who aren’t even capable of distinguishing between possessives and contractions really be allowed to make movies?
All right, I got a little cheap, but so did they.
Via Libby Anne.