Another British Documentary from Channel 4

Hey Aggie, if you are out there, I got a documentary that I believe is scary. I have the popcorn, it’s organic! 🙂  Forget about horror movies and forget about Jesus Camp. This is a horror show in the making. Let me make this perfectly clear and right out in the open. I have no problem with people of faith voting for their elected officials, nor running for public office, I hope by the end of the US presidential election, I would like to write an OP-ED piece stating that XCGers should vote and ignore the stupid policies against it. What I am against is an agenda that is simply TOP DOWN centralized planning approach to make America a Christian nation. This is the agenda of the sheltered (home-schooled) students of Patrick Henry College, a non-accredited school that seeks to be the Harvard or Princeton for evangelicals. You want Christianity to grow? Shine a light by doing some good deeds, loving your neighbour, having a “moral” love  (not a sticky sentimental, surrendist, doormat love) for your enemies (I like Rabbi Boteach’s version of this, keeps me sane), praying for the  people you know, looking out for their best interests, showing respect and honour, etc., etc. Do it at the workplace, school, where you shop, where you hang out with the guys and/or girls. Christianity is best when it is practiced and it is from the bottom up.  I think these young students should read up some history when Constatine made Christianity the state religion. Wasn’t a paradisical society. To assert otherwise is silly. Here  is Channel 4’s 2006 documentary, Gods_Next_Army.

 

 

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4 thoughts on “Another British Documentary from Channel 4

  1. I wrote a post way back that you may find interesting, Felix. It’s not one of my edgier ones, but it has some thoughts. It’s entitled “Hanna Rosen and Patrick Henry College.”

  2. Yup that’s scary all right — but I saw the Law & Order “ripped from the headlines” episode of it. That was bad enough.

    I, for one, am glad that there was at least a government-regulated rural education mandate, when I was in school. I can’t imagine what kind of a mess I would be in right now, if I had somehow ended up in one of those freakishly restrictive “godly” homeschool curriculums. Being restricted by the church was bad enough, something like “god’s army” would have been a double whammy! 😯

  3. I agree with you 100% Aggie —these people are scary. They may appear to Mr.Rogerseque—but don’t be fooled. Like the XCGs they too, are under the tyranny of niceness. James must have had a nice handsomely rewarded sum for his view of Patrick Henry. LOL!!!

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