Join Scottish filmmaker Colin Gunn as he travels across America to examine the origins and social impact of America’s public education system. But be forewarned: if you’re not ready to take a hard look at the true state of public education, you will want to avoid this unflinching and controversial documentary. You will discover how Christian parents are unknowingly placing their children for hours at a time each day in a system that is actively at work to alter their moral values, worldview, and religious beliefs.
The DVD features a number of well-respected Christian leaders, such as Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Ken Ham, Doug Phillips, and Kevin Swanson. It also includes interviews from former students, parents, administrators, and teachers. The book is filled with additional research and commentary that didn’t fit on the DVD.
IndoctriNation will challenge Christians with children still in the public school system, and it will encourage those families who have already made the switch to Christian education.
|Subject: Christian Education|
|Authors: Colin Gunn and Joaquin Fernandez|
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This movie and book from 2011 gives every Christian parent a wake up call to remove their children from the government schools. One cannot read this book, or watch this movie, and not understand the importance of Christian families taking control of the education of their children. The book has plenty of source notes at the end of each chapter, so the reader can research the information presented.
My concern about this set is the inclusion of RC Sproul JR, a man with a criminal conviction for drunk driving with minor children, an admission of tax fraud, an admission of contacting an adultery website, and has been defrocked by two Presbyterian bodies. Doug Phillips is also included. He has settled a lawsuit concerning an inappropriate relationship with a young woman he groomed since her teen years, and no longer hold to the belief system of which he was a proponent and built his ministry around. There is one parenthetical mention of Kent Hovind, a convicted tax evader and a man who has lived with a woman without benefit of marriage. To be perfectly clear, the book and movie were made before these events took place with these men, and their contributions to both media are very limited. The information presented is still very important and relevant. However; these materials should be edited heavily, to present the frightening facts about government schooling, without the hint of any dark cloud hanging over the information