Movie Review: Jesus Camp

This is the most terrifying movie that I ever watched

Jesus Camp (2006)

Jesus Camp (2006)
The kids of Jesus Camp, 10 years later: ‘Was it child abuse? Yes and no’ | Film | The Guardian
The kids of Jesus Camp, 10 years later: 'Was it child abuse? Yes and no' | Film | The Guardian
Actually, Yes.  and just the yes.  there is no little bit or grey area of doubt

it does not depend on the way people look at it

it is objectively emotional harm
this is complete abuse and demonstrates the mass hysteria and group experiences as manufactured
The scene where Ted Haggard patronizes young Levis as being cute without content as he talks to the British documentary crew instead of the documentary subject kid being filmed meeting him as a role model: Priceless
How many more decades with how many more studies to show that being against gay in public means self loathing closet case.
religion does not fix, fill or repair
it dulls dashes and maims
why is it being caught with a “live boy” is deemed worse than a “dead girl”
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2 Responses to Movie Review: Jesus Camp

  1. Very sad and even sadder when we know it was all free of any taxes. Sex and drugs paid for by the people who donated to his church.

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