Courtesy of HuffPo:
The clip, produced by Idaho-based group Reach America, features teens saying they will build "an army" commanded by Christ.
"We are in a war for the hearts and souls of our generation," one says. "Failure is not an option," another adds.
The video begins with a parade of teens staring into the camera, asking questions, including: Why can't I pray in school? Why are they taking God out of my history books? Why am I called names because I believe in marriage the way God designed it?
Public school has become godless, the teens argue. Far from what the Founding Fathers envisioned, the school system is now a place where students are rude, teachers force them to look at "pornographic" sex education images and bullies call Christians "hateful," "hypocrites" and "bigots" for their beliefs, they say.
Huffpo goes on to point out the inaccuracies in the video, including their claim that "In 1963, the courts ruled the Bible unconstitutional." (Yes, you would think THAT would get more press.)
Look I feel for the persecuted Christians in this country, I do.
I man if only they could find a place where virtually EVERY politician were a member of their faith, or where they had the ability to keep people unlike themselves from getting married, or were able to gather and discuss their faith in buildings that did not have to worry about paying taxes while still enjoying police and fire protection.
I mean if ANY of those were in place I am certain they would not feel quite so downtrodden.
You know I think this belongs here.