I take it back. I missed the Torture show. The first MPR broadcast is during church, and the second is during my kids' bath time, and being a parent, I have a hard time scheduling time to listen to a download. My reflection/idea, in retrospect, should have focused more on the contrast. The Anchee Min interview was so beautiful in part because of it's contrast, it's hope. The pursuit of social change, as I read this critique, has that same quality.
The Parables of our Time was about as "relevant" as it gets. Granted, all I watch is Word Wolrd and Curious George, but I'm guessing just short of a billion people are getting spiritually fed partly through their TVs.
I'll stop thinking via my keyboard now.
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