*** There is some content in this episode that may not be appropriate for all ages***
As a second part to the mini-series on Philosophical Naturalism; Cody, Daniel and Roy take a look into a song by Bloodhound Gand called The Bad Touch, They examine a piece of artwork by Marcel Duchamp titled; Nude Descending a Staircase, and they finish off the episode by talking about a portion of literature by Jack London called The Law of Life.
They aim to take a Christian worldview on these items from the world of art and examine the underlying ideas and philosophies that only bring meaningless and hopelessness and apart from morality and Scripture.
In the end without a Christian worldview there is no hope, there is no point and we may as well commit suicide. For the Biblical Christian Worldview we can be assured there is hope and a purpose for our existence. We are here for a reason and we need to remember what that is, who made us, and put us here...
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--Spoiler Alert!! If you have not seen the Movie Lucy starring Scarlett Johansson either watch the move before listening or you can decide to watch it after the review--
In this episode Daniel, Cody and Roy talk about the underlying philosophies, some obvious and some hidden away, in the movie Lucy.
They talk about what is lost when you hold to the beliefs and ideals of Darwinian Evolution or Philosophical Naturalism.
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