Lincoln Diaz-Balart, a Florida Congressman, went and saw a Divine Performing Arts show and had this to say about the show’s meaning:
The fact is, some things are eternal, and no matter what the difficulties in this life the truth will prevail, and mankind cannot be destroyed.
That sounds nice, I guess, but it’s a list of bold, unprovable assertions. Especially “mankind cannot be destroyed.” I wonder if the Dodos had a similar mantra before they went extinct.
He goes on:
I was very moved by the song that talked about the damage that atheism has caused and is causing. It was very moving…. The songs carry the sense that evil will not prevail, and so the message is that the truth ultimately prevails…. These times will pass because eternal truth will survive atheism and the difficulties of the 20th Century.
In other words, atheism is evil and damaging society and “eternal truth” will prevail. And this is a Congressman!