I find it odd that it appears that the channels of the Discovery Channel network, and the National Geographic channel seem to have a purpose to try and debunk the Bible, and Jesus. This is merely a hypothesis based on repeatedly seeing shows on those channels that completely try and refute what the Bible says. From Noah’s Ark to the Resurrection and life of Jesus, to the Rapture.
And every one of these programs give inaccurate accounts of what the Bible says, and then bring on some supposed “Expert” to state why the Bible and Bible-believing Christianity is so wrong in its understanding and teaching. And they always seem to get some liberal Theologan on there that basically talks down his nose to the audience as if he is a representative of the church who is there to correct those who actually believe the Word of God to be true.
Who funds the Discovery Channel? They use very high quality production, HD quality, incredible graphics, animations, and footage. They spend big bucks to give the best show possible … and their whole purpose? To proclaim evolution and debunk the Bible as often and in as many ways as they can. Even when they try and balance the arguments by bringing on faith-filled, Bible-believing Christians of the real church today, they seem to edit them just enough to make them sound wrong. They end these shows by mixing in lots of doubt, and then ask the viewer to make their own decisions.
And the sad fact is, these shows seem to come on at exactly the wrong time. For instance the one on the Resurrection and character of Jesus aired on Easter weekend when most God-fearing Christians were celebrating the death and resurrection of Jesus. Why did they air it then?!?
If there is one thing I know, everybody has a bias, and a purpose. If you follow the money, your bound to find something behind the presentations. Evolutionary science is notorious for making their church, beliefs and sermons visually captivating all the while taking a tithe while you sit “learning” their mantra.
So who funds them?