Jesus Camp

From Iron Chariots Wiki
Jump to: navigation, search
Wikipedia-logo-en.png
For more information, see the Wikipedia article:
Wikipedia-logo-en.png
For more information, see the Wikipedia article:

Jesus Camp is a documentary movie about a Christian summer camp called "Kids On Fire".

"Was it child abuse? Yes and no. I think they had the best of intentions, but I see it as sick people trying to treat sick people. It’s their coping mechanism for figuring out why we’re alive. I wouldn’t trade that experience for anything, though, because it allowed me at such a young age to question my existence.[...] They showed us what it meant to really feel deep emotions for life, for God. Some people would say that it was all fake, but when I look back on it, our belief in it had made it real. It really taught me the power of belief."

— Andrew Sommerkamp, child participant speaking 10 years after the film[1]

References

  1. The kids of Jesus Camp, 10 years later: 'Was it child abuse? Yes and no', The Guardian, 6 July 2016

See also

External link

Personal tools
Namespaces
Variants
Actions
wiki navigation
IronChariots.Org
Toolbox