You read right. David Duchovny (formerly of the X-Files) plays a character that decides to have sex with every woman he can. It’s been previewed and some are calling it “great entertainment.” Of course, others claim, all of this is needed for authenticity and honesty. The same lie they sold in 1968 about exposing women’s breasts.
The producers once again talk about “pushing the envelope,” this being a metaphor about getting past some boundary. I’ve finally figured out what they mean. The boundary is Christian morality and that’s what the “envelope” is pushing against. For all those who believe that living in the 21st Century has made everyone somehow wiser, smarter, better (it hasn’t), I suggest you reconsider.
Modern man is no different from the people that lived thousands of years ago. A good power outage, and you’re right back in the past. No electronics and no running water, and modern is out the window. After all the learning and inventing, man now exalts himself, and has now reached the point where porn is television and television is porn. It’s taken 30 years but that’s what was desired since 1968.
Welcome to the rebuilding of Sodom and Gommorah.
My Christian brothers and sisters, pray for Mr. Duchovny, and for everyone in Hollywood who want to promote sin on television.