Jesus Camp

Posted by marbel on Monday 25/9/2006 in film, Religie |

Heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeel eng, dit soort mensen.

John Amato doet de mini review:

The movie grabs you from the opening credits and keeps you there as the director lets Becky and the kids do the preaching. And preach they do. Fisher never misses an opportunity to find a toy or a phrase that she can use to trick the kids into submission. I cringed at every tear these children shed for sins they never committed. They screamed and talked in tongues–stretching their arms in the air–grasping at nothing–pledging their devotion to GOD. I wonder what sins a five year old could possibly have committed, and then sat stunned as Becky tells them that Harry Potter is evil. Fisher says that if Islamic extremists can train their kids then why can’t Evangelicals do the same? That’s a cheery thought. To the evangelical homeschooling moms that send their kids to Becky’s camp, global warming is a myth and science is a fraud to keep oneself separated from the Lord.


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