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Religious right activists urge Christians to become 'world changers' in new film, 300 Million Slaves

Religious right activists urge Christians to become 'world changers' in new film, 300 Million Slaves

Throughout the campaign season this year, religious right activists have been urging Christians to vote their 'biblical worldview' and some, like the American Family Association, have been promoting DVD movies tying Christian values with the state of the U.S. economy.

The latest is a movie called "300 Million Slaves" which purports to engage Christian audiences in an America "where politics and religion meet."  The movie trailer (embedded below) warns:

Something has taken root in our great land and it now defines us.  Just in the last three and a half years, the debt has gone up by $5.3 trillion.  That's 33 percent of our entire national debt.  We are at a point now where it's mathematically impossible to pay this back.  When we know what kind of battle it is, we know how to fight it.  Our personal freedoms, our economic freedoms, our political freedoms, and our religious freedoms -- they're all interconnected.  If we lose one of them, we lose all of them.  We have got to stop the bleeding and take our country over.  {Editor's note: At this point in the trailer, a reenactment of Revolutionary War soldiers firing their weapons is shown.}  82 percent is now going out to mandatory payments.  It's time for the Church to wake up.  Our time is now to be world changers and change the country and the world that we're living in for us and for future generations.


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At the 300 Million Slaves website, Christians are urged to take the following "action steps" for success in merging politics and religion:

(1) JOIN - Join the Today’s America Community. JOIN NOW.

(2) VOTE - Vote, and vote your conscience. It is important that we, as believers, vote our values. John Quincy Adams once said, "Always vote for principle though you may vote alone."

(3) HELP A POLITICAL CANDIDATE WHO SHARES YOUR BIBLICAL VALUES - Your help needs to come through prayer support with your time, talents, and money. If we are going to win this battle, we must unite as a team, and we have to put some skin in the game.

(4) RUN FOR POLITICAL OFFICE - This isn’t for everyone, but if God calls you to do it, then run and don’t look back. Remember, none of us are worthy of His calling. But we serve a God who loves us tremendously, and HE EQUIPS THOSE HE CALLS; HE DOESN’T CALL THE EQUIPPED. In our weakness, HE is made strong.

(5) PRAY AND FAST - The Bible clearly instructs us to pray for those in authority over us. We must pray for those we like and dislike. When we pray, we should pray FOR them instead of AT them. Pray that they would be filled with creativity, discernment, wisdom, and power that can only come from a Holy Spirit empowered life. Pray that the Lord would completely overpower them, consume them, and work in them and through them.

The "Today's America" forum appears to be moderated primarily by economist Kirk Elliott, PhD., who is joined by a number of religious right activists, like Dr. James Dobson (founder of Focus on the Family) and Kelly Shackelford, an attorney with the Liberty Institute.

According to Elliot in posts at Today's America, the Democratic Party "snubs God" and that the re-election of President Obama will mean "the fall of the U.S."

About D. Beeksma

One of the growing crowd of American "nones" herself, Deborah is a prolific writer who finds religion, spirituality and the impact of belief (and non-belief) on culture inspiring, fascinating and at times, disturbing. She hosts the God Discussion show and handles the site's technical work. Her education and background is in business, ecommerce and law.
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