Movie Review: ‘Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America’ (2011)

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Colin Gunn

Public education has not gotten more Christian-friendly since Colin Gunn filmed this documentary in 2011.

I did a lot of teaching in the public schools. I saw a lot of things that made me mad. But Gunn saw even more. This is a deeply penetrating documentary. You can watch it on the Chalcedon website, the whole thing:

Why, why, why do Christians continue to send their children to public schools owned by persons who hate Christianity and want to wipe it out? Who fill children’s heads with “transgender,” “gay,” “America is racist!” and all the rest of that slop?

And you can forget about being “salt and light” in this arena. You’ll be fired so fast, it’ll make your head spin.

I can’t help thinking we have made God work very hard to keep our country afloat, to preserve us in spite of our multitude of sins. It’s a miracle of Providence that we’re still here.

But I do think the Lord would be pleased if we took up some of the work ourselves.

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3 responses to “Movie Review: ‘Indoctrination: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America’ (2011)

  • Watchman

    I remember reading an article that stated it’s not atheism that is Christianity’s greatest rival today, but Christianity’s ancient nemesis paganism. That is really what is being taught today, and it’s always been hostile to Christianity.

  • thewhiterabbit2016

    Maybe if pastors in the pulpit would inform their flock about what is going on in the public schools maybe more parents would take action. But as long as preachers don’t want to offend (aka, indict) anyone the devil gets to laugh his tail off.

  • Erlene Talbott

    Yes, there is way too much of the namby pamby back patting instead of a jarring message about what is wrong and about the necessity to repent.

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