From the very nature of truth to how our world began, from morality to religion, from population control to political correctness, from Israel to Islam, from atheism to God... our entire world runs on what we believe.

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The sad truth is lies shape our world more than anything else! Every person on the planet walks around with opinions based on what they think they know, and those opinions direct how all of us act and react. But very few ever question the substance that forms those crucial opinions. From the very nature of truth to how our world began, from morality to religion, from population control to political correctness, from Israel to Islam, from atheism to God... our entire world runs on what we believe. Follow popular actor Kevin Sorbo as he introduces some of the world's leading scientists, historians, theologians, philosophers and authors, as they tackle the world's 12 Biggest lies. Written by Andre van Heerden

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25 October 2010 (USA)  »

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"12 Biggest Lies" is about lies, but more just semantics
30 November 2010 | by (Ontario, Canada) – See all my reviews

The documentary "12 Biggest Lies" is just people standing in front of the camera and lecturing us on truth, lies and the semantics of them both. I agree with most of their "lies" that the world is based on, there's even some educational value in what they have to say, but interest would be borderline. It's as boring as you could possibly make a documentary.

"12 Biggest Lies" would be for lawyers and philosophy majors who enjoy discussions on what is truth, what is moral or good, and how does society function? But this is mostly a lesson in semantics. It might even turn off its target audience because it's awfully difficult to argue back with your TV.


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