My brother found a World War II guide released by the US Office of Strategic Services (which later became the CIA). It was for simple and hard-to-detect sabotage to allow citizens and operatives in other countries to frustrate the plans of the enemy.
Relativism isn’t really talked about much, it’s just assumed. And like most assumptive language, it never gets talked about, it’s in the background as the framework from which most people operate.
The food you consume affects you. Your body needs certain nutrients, certain food groups, and without them you’re not as healthy. As a culture, we appreciate health (whether or not we’re actually healthy is different, but at least we see health as important). What we understand on a bodily level we totally fail to grasp on a mind level. What you consume mentally affects you too. Do you diet your mind? I think it’s easy to make the naïve assumption that the media we consume have no effect on us.
There’s a lot of confusion about what the Church is, and so it makes sense that people misunderstand the Church.