October 31, 2020
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Shit’s Wack | Jesus Camp | Brainwash Your Kids

I am not anti-religion, anti-god or anti church. Religion really doesn’t play a role in my life and it does not matter to me if it plays a role in yours. If religion is a part of your life then that is great. If it helps to create an atmosphere of love/respect for all of mankind, regardless of their beliefs and if it is not used as a tool of judgment, even better! However it really disturbs me to see films like Jesus Camp. Jesus Camp is a documentary that depicts the lives and rituals of many Evangelical Christians in the United States. The film is full of brainwashed individuals who have dedicated their lives to converting non Evangelical’s, teaching their children that global warming does not exist and reinforcing their conservative political views through the church. The main focus of the film is on an annual summer camp where young Evangelical Christian children spend part of their summer being brainwashed, praying over cardboard cut outs of former President Bush and being told that all children in the Middle East kill for their gods, among many other disturbing manipulation tactics.
Take a look at Part I of the film below

The documentary is great. You can rent it at your local library for a buck (that’s the hook up!), your local video store or watch it online for free (that’s the best hook up!).

CONTINUE READING AFTER THE JUMP
After viewing Jesus Camp it became apparent why somethings in our country are so fucked up and why they will most likely never change. If this post has got you down, then cheer up! We have Evangelical Christians to thank for awesome music videos like this:

Thanks for reading and remember….I don’t care what religion you are an neither does the blog, just be a decent person!
-joe-

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Thanks Ellen & Chameleon Tattoo

6 thoughts on “Shit’s Wack | Jesus Camp | Brainwash Your Kids

  1. Thanks for your feedback. I encourage everyone to voice their opinion on the blog. That is what it is all about. I of course did not write this post solely based on one documentary. I attended Christian Churches for a large portion of my life, went to youth studies and yes attended Evangelical Mass with some very close Evangelical Christian friends. You are correct, not every Evangelical Christian is the same just like every person is not the same. I was referring to √¢‚Ǩ≈ìmost√¢‚Ǩ¬ù of the people featured in the documentary. Sorry if that was not clear. Too bad you are upset about a silly tattoo. I don√¢‚Ǩ‚Ñ¢t take it literally. Thanks for contributing 🙂

    “Mother Theresa was an atheist, filled with self doubt. But she was an authentic saint, because she always acted like one.” Seth Godin

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