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The Prisoner

Continuing a theme begun below -

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Those guardian bouncy balls always freaked me out, as the kids say. Perhaps The Prisoner reflected an era when questions began to be more prevalent than answers, and most felt trapped in a system not of their making.

Now, post-modernism has stopped even hoping there are any answers, and the goal is to forget, impossible though it may be, that we were free and dignified by the truth that we are made in the image of God, imago dei.

Popular culture is a collective effort to lower humanity to the lowest possible denominators supported by a cynical scientism and zoo-keeping government.

But we are still made imago dei, and there are those who keep this knowledge and sacramental life vouchsafed. (In the USSR the babushkas kept it alive, going faithfully to church.) Cheers/blessings

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