It is only right for one to desire to attempt to expose religions of their false information, lies, and unjust teachings but there is a right and wrong way to go about the exposure. First of all, it makes no sense to fight lies with lies. The intentions of the writers of Zeitgeist were almost on point but the fact that they used incorrect information and stretched the truth in order to form an argument makes them even less of a reliable source than what they were fighting. They may have had some valid points to make but all of their information that built their argument was poorly researched if researched at all. They went about their research aiming only to criticize and destroy the beliefs of others, not to expose the truth. Had they been able to use facts to strengthen their argument, the writers of Zeitgeist would have been successful in opening the eyes of millions maybe even billions of people. Instead, their weak tactics make their movie amature and not worthy of the attention and weight I'm sure they were hoping for.
In order to mediate between my argument and my opponent's I will conclude that there are weaknesses in the Zeitgeist arguments as well as questionable aspects about the stories of the bible. While I do not agree with her argument whatsoever, it only makes sense to acknowledge that the makers of Zeitgeist would not attempt to make such a strong argument if they weren't motivated by the discrepancies and lies that surround religion. There are some things that should be exposed and revealed when it comes to religion and there are many things missing from the bible as well as information that should not be there in the first place. The goal however, should be to research and understand really every aspect of the religion you wish to follow before you began to practice it. Without the appropriate research, religion will continue to be the center of and inspiration behind arguments such as this one.