Lawrence Myers at Big Hollywood thinks so. (He makes a convincing case but I still favor Goldfinger. And I don't understand how he can give Octopussy only one star. It had a good plot, good actions scenes and a lovely Bond girl.)
Those who conducted the study said that there are also notable differences in how Christianity is analyzed compared to other religions. They explained that words such as “understanding” are using for courses relating to Islam, but the phrase “critical analysis,” for example, is used in class outlines surrounding Christianity. (Of course. Our politically correct - and always inaccurate - academia.)
Washington and Ottawa are Israel’s staunchest supporters in the international arena, so the no votes from the US and Canada came as no surprise. But they were joined by Panama and the Czech Republic, as well as four countries most people would have difficulty finding on a map: the Marshall Islands and the Federated States of Micronesia, Nauru and Palau.
In his book, The Mirror Effect: How Celebrity Narcissism Is Seducing America, Dr. Drew Pinsky -- former host of a VH1 television series about celebrities going through rehab -- lamented, "According to research by John Maltby and his colleagues, as the level of religious devotion decreases, the level of celebrity worship increases. The rich and famous are the most prominent, and exclusive, in-group we have. And the more we watch, and feel excluded from, such a desirable group, the more we're unconsciously motivated to mimic their behavior." (This used to be called idolatry.)
With a myriad of such fascinating and sometimes counter-intuitive arguments, How Civilizations Die explores the unconscious death wish that has infected most of Europe and, with different manifestations, the Islamic world. Goldman asks if America’s unique experiment in freedom can survive the coming collapse of the Western world, or if the election of Barack Obama, with all the socialist-leaning somnolence his administration has delivered, signaled an unstoppable suicidal spiral. (There's a question a lot of people are curious about.)
Theologian says China will have the world's largest Christian population in twenty years. “There are two world phenomenons happening right now,” he added. “The first is that we can't recognize Christianity as a western religion anymore and the second is that countries with the fastest growing number of Christians don't have a Christian culture or traditions.(But Christianity is not a western religion. It's a universal faith.)