This study guide is divided into ten parts which correspond to each episode of our documentary.
The parts are designed to: > provide a preview of the material before watching > provide background information and clarity to words, phrases and concepts that are used in each part of this documentary > challenge the viewer to apply these words, phrases and concepts in answering questions relating to the content > provide references for review and deeper exploration > stimulate discussions which enable users to justify beliefs and solidify knowledge related to topics surrounding origins, meaning, morality and destiny > empower believers to humbly converse with people of various world views for better understanding and empathy
By utilizing this documentary and the facts related to our propositions, we hope you will experience clarity and peace with your personal values and beliefs. The enhanced critical thinking skills you will gain from our program will give you greater confidence in your ability to make responsible decisions based on four ways of knowing. You will be equipped to articulate “how you know what you claim to know”.
NRB-TV (Directv) will begin airing the first 30-minute segment of our documentary on March 2, 2019. Parts 1-10 will be in their academic lineup at 2:30 pm ET each Saturday through June. We are very grateful for the hard work everyone contributed to this important documentary.
How do You Know what You Claim to Know? Has the Thought Monopoly broken the connection between truth & reality? Follow the evidence and the cure for Thought Monopoly.
Based on feedback from reviewers and input from NRB-TV, our Documentary is being formatted as a 10 – part series. Each part will be 30 minutes in length. Our talent is on board and we are currently scouting venues for shooting the segues for each segment. Please watch for further updates and help spread the word by asking people you meet: How do you know what you claim to know?
Finally! After 5 years of research, travel, scheduling, scriptwriting, videography, graphic design, compositing, audio selection and editing – copies of our first cut have been sent out for critical review.
Total runtime for this initial burn is 4 hours and 23 minutes. So far, feedback has been very helpful. We are still anticipating more input from remaining critics.
Because of the academic nature of the interviews and supporting materials, a companion workbook may also be required.
Thanks to everyone who is participating in this critical phase!
The original title for our movie was Curiosity. Our focus group advised us that this title was not compelling. However, our content has only slightly changed. Listen to our interview with David Levin on :