…only when viewed through logical fallacy/deceptive reasoning tactics, such as non-sequitur. Before you go any further, begin HERE with a primer by Matt Fradd and then learn more about how to recognize logical fallacies.
…all of their findings seem to be historically and Biblically accurate interpretations…
…except for the fact that they are not. Whatever historical and Biblical accuracy the documentary provides is then twisted through the aforementioned fallacies/deceptions to lead to a false conclusion.
Allow me to demonstrate: “The Bible says the ‘whore’ is represented by 7 hills, so it MUST be Rome!”, they say. Um, no, first you have to prove that “7 hills” is an accurate understanding, and then you have to prove that this really does mean “Rome” and not some other place, or time, or collection of people, or paganism as a whole, or any host of other things it could possibly mean.
Here’s another: “Pagans worhsiped a sun-figure, and Catholic communion wafers are round, like the sun, so Cahtolics are pagan!”, they might say. Um, pagans also bathed. So, anyone who bathes is a pagan. Pagans called their diety(s) “God”, so all people who believe in God are pagans. Pagans exchanged rings instead of livestock at weedings, so everyone wiht a wedding ring is a pagan. You see the ridiculous conclusions you can come to with faulty reasoning, right? That’s what that hour-long documentary is…an hour long schlub of logical fallacy. Don’t waste your time on it…make people prove their assertions based on sound logic.