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Jesus Camp

The other night we watched the movie ‘Jesus Camp’. I had heard about this movie but wasn’t really sure what to expect. And it turned out to be rather disturbing…

‘Jesus Camp’ is a documentary about Evangelical christians and how these religious extremists teach their kids about religion. It follows a few children as they go to “Kids on fire summer camp” a camp for charismatic evangelical Christians run by Pastor Becky Fischer in Devil’s Lake, North Dakota.

There are some pretty scary statistics in this movie about the amount of evangelicals in the USA, and the fact that if Evangelicals decide to vote a certain way, they could determine and election.

Now that I can embed video on my site I thought I’d put up the trailer for “Jesus Camp” so everyone could check it out. I definatly recommend this movie, it sheds some light on a very serious subject.

***UPDATE***: Here’s the whole movie ready to go on Dailymotion. Check it out if you’re looking for something to do.

“Does that make me crazy?” - Gnarls Barkley

5 Responses to “Jesus Camp”

  1. on 04 Dec 2006 at 11:47 am Carrie

    my god.

    that looks so scary.

    They’re brainwashing them!

  2. on 16 Dec 2006 at 6:36 am Hayley


  3. on 23 Dec 2006 at 6:27 pm Hayley

    update update!

  4. on 26 Jan 2007 at 5:29 pm Smitty

    Beeno, that trailer is messed up. When i get the chance I will def. check out the entire movie. I am sure its worth the watch. Hope everything is good.



  5. on 30 Dec 2007 at 11:19 pm SpencerBenedict

    I am more than 1/2 through watching JESUS CAMP for the first time and am so disturbed my skin crawls. For the record i am Catholic. What disturbs me the most is that the parents of these innocent children allow Becky Fischer who has blaringly obvious deep-rooted psychological/psychiatric problems, to mentally torture and abuse these young children. You physically see the effects of the abuse on their faces, whether its the puffy eyes where they look like they havent had a peaceful sleep in weeks or the mental anguish on their brows. I already have my bets on which ones will grow up to be the next Jim Jones or David Koresh. I’m sure the adults in this camp will pay for their sins. -S.B.

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