As funny as that is on the surface, ignorance is NOT bliss. Ignorance is down right dangerous. An unsuspecting little child can be hurt by putting a metal object into an electrical outlet. A teen can be hurt or killed in more ways than I even know about. An elderly person can be impaired or die from taking medications incorrectly.
I see warnings on a regular basis that tell us to call the gas company and electric company before we dig in the ground lest we ignorantly tap into something that would cause a lot of trouble. I hear about people being killed at railroad crossings because they go around the barrier. Invariably, every time we have a big rain, someone drives into deep water and has to be rescued.
Perception is almost nonexistent. Young people walk around in a bubble, totally unaware of their surroundings, with their nose in some devise. People build cities on the slops of volcanoes and houses too close to beaches; they ignore the dangers of chasing after tornados and riding out a hurricane. Why do people do such dumb things? Ignorance abounds. To live in an age of the world's greatest advancements in technology, we have remained in the dark ages when it comes to sensibility.
Established truth has given way to a pluralistic ideology of postmodernism, especially the acceptance of different versions of truth, and is largely advanced by the popularity of the emerging church, which is just another way of being conformed to this world. There is a deliberate campaign to deconstruct traditional Christianity. I hear people all the time say, "Why do we need so many different denominations? Why can't we just agree?" The answer is: because there is so much error being taught. Christianity has removed itself so far from the doctrines of the apostles that we are almost non-Christian. Churches nowadays will do almost anything to gain acclaim. They remind me of the Jews being rebuked by Jesus in Matthew 23:15. He said they would compass sea and land to make one proselyte, making "him twofold more the child of hell than yourselves."
Because of this dangerous deception, we are in desperate need of being brought back to the doctrines of the apostles which were taught by the Lord Himself. Christ is not coming for a church that has departed from the truth; He is coming for a church that is true to what He taught when He was here in His earthly ministry. Therefore, we must labor to avoid falling into ignorance of the word of God and keep asking the Holy Spirit for power to preach the true gospel.