The video is entitled “Church Militant: Right-Wing Media Empire in the Making”.
On the whole, it is a well-balanced short documentary. It allows Michael Voris and his organization to speak for themselves on what they believe. It also shows Voris as a human being who has fought his own demons (successfully, in my humble opinion) and has worked tirelessly to care for his parents as they have dealt with cancer and aging.
One thing that struck me about Voris is that while his Catholicism is quite traditional, Church Militant operates much in the spirit of John Paul II.
Voris and the Church Militant propose rather than impose. They make arguments, and they explain why they hold their positions. While they call out sins as sins, they do not seek to hurt anyone. If anything, Church Militant views their mission as saving as many souls as possible.
I’m sure that Church Militant’s views will not resonate with The Atlantic’s liberal audience. However, I’d go so far as to say that the manner in which Church Militant goes about their proselytizing is rational and respectful of each individual’s ability to think and decide for themselves the best course of action.
We certainly can not control how people react to an argument. However, we can control how we conduct ourselves when we make our own arguments.
In my humble opinion, Michael Voris and his colleagues at Church Militant are very good models of how one should conduct themselves when presenting controversial views to a hostile audience.
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