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Saturday, July 24, 2010

AGORA: An Atheistic Propaganda Piece Serving An Atheistic Agenda

My final verdict:

On July 23, 2010 I finally saw AGORA at a local theatre. Historical inaccuracies aside, of which there are more than historical truths, I thought the movie was nothing more or less than an atheistic propaganda piece that uses a dim historical event to promote an atheistic agenda. I was hoping to like it, but can't say I did. Rachel Weisz was pretty good though. The review below still stands as my favorite, though unfortunately it does not get into the atheistic arguments presented in the movie. For this, see the review here and here.

Historical Inaccuracies of the Movie "AGORA"
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