This show’s premise is worrisome, but it has my curiosity for now. Given the conditions put on Maria, this show is probably either the story of the unholy witch that repents or the non-believer of sorts who finds her place in the world of believers. I guess I’m curious about which side is chosen and how well the arguments are made. Currently I’d say the arguments on both sides are fairly weak, but I might just be overly critical of the skeptic’s position.
It’s hard to be objective about what’s being presented in this show, but I find it interesting enough to keep watching. Hopefully, I haven’t crossed too far into the “anti-Christian” side with this post. In reality, I’m just very curious about why people think the way they do and Christianity is a convenient embodiment of that concept that I experience very often. Anyway, the preview for this episode doesn’t really give me all that many hints for next week…but I guess I’ll stick with this show for now.