I can't embed this video, as whoever posted it deauthorized that feature, probably so you have to go to the site and see the giant Google ads and things (I see a big ad for Estee Lauder myself) hovering next to the video.
Here we see that even though William James gave an extensive defense of religion, apparently naughty pragmatism is a tool of the devil to trick us into disregarding the stark truths of scripture. You see, says this dude John F. MacArthur, who apparently has a podcast and daily radio show and a million books (i.e. this guy represents a constituency and is not just a lone crazy person), the devil likes to trick us into thinking for ourselves instead of mindlessly submitting to revelation, as we're fundamentally flawed and can't be trusted to think our way through thorny philosophical issues. Thanks, John, for clearing that up!
You'll notice, however, that Johnny here is just as afflicted as his pragmatic opponents with a receding hairline, so ha! Gotcha!
I especially like the use of music on this video, and if you can stomach enough of it to see the dopey depiction of the snake and Eve near the end of the video, you're in for a treat!