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Christian Filmmaker Calls Founding Fathers Antichrists Who Wanted an End of Bible-Based Christianity

In the midst of the Christian nationalism touted by David Barton and Glenn Beck comes an interesting documentary by Christian J. Pinto, a Christian filmmaker, who calls the Founding Fathers "antichrists."

Here's the press release for The Hidden Faith of Our Founding Fathers in its entirety, followed by the trailer.

While Glenn Beck and David Barton are shouting that conservatives need to take back America, a Christian filmmaker asks the question: take it back to what? A new documentary, "The Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers" explores what the founders of the American Revolution really believed about Christianity, and the evidence is less than encouraging. If you're a Christian, that is.

The new film is the latest from independent filmmaker, Christian J. Pinto, who is known as the writer/director of the award winning series, "Secret Mysteries of America's Beginnings."

Pinto says, "This newest work really brings together so much of the research we've been unfolding. It shows further how the United States was planned from the beginning to help launch a global society, the New World Order."

When asked what role the founders played in this global agenda, Pinto said, "They set forth the doctrine of religious freedom."

"The doctrine had been designed by the Vatican and the Jesuit Order in England back in 1688," says Pinto. "Their real purpose was to empower the Church of Rome to be in a position to overthrow England. The English Protestants rejected the idea, but Rome manipulated the revolutionaries to write it into the U.S. Constitution."

And this was a bad idea? "Only if you believe the Bible," Pinto says. "Most Christians in our country don't realize that the concept of religious freedom is not biblical. It is not an inalienable right given by God. Nowhere in the Bible does God say that men have the right to worship whatever god they please."

"Religious freedom helped unite America against England, and is today being used by the Vatican to join all the world religions into a united, one world order."

Pinto says the founders not only wanted a universal belief system, but also an end of Bible based Christianity.

"The destruction of the Gospel was the desire of men like Thomas Jefferson, along with John Adams and Thomas Paine," Pinto continues. "By biblical definition, they were antichrists. They commended the morality of Jesus, but hated the teaching that He is the Son of God. Others like Washington and Franklin, while less hostile toward Christianity, sought to subvert the Gospel through universalism."

When asked why he called the founders faith "hidden," Pinto replied: "Their faith is largely hidden by the Church in America; by men like David Barton, Glenn Beck and others, who have turned these men into angels of light. Instead, Christians should be warning the world about the eternal judgment that God pronounces on such apostasy and rejection of the Gospel."

For more information, contact Renee P. Smith or Meg A. Pinto at 888-780-5049.

www.adullamfilms.com/NewsUpdateOctober4_2010.html

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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  • womanwithsardinecan

    This paragraph made me laugh. The insular, circular thinking of right wing "christians" is laughable and pathetic. Sorry dude, I don't take my orders from YOUR god. Neither did our founding fathers (thank god, lol).

    "…And this was a bad idea? "Only if you believe the Bible," Pinto says. "Most Christians in our country don't realize that the concept of religious freedom is not biblical. It is not an inalienable right given by God. Nowhere in the Bible does God say that men have the right to worship whatever god they please."

  • Robert Tobin

    What I find stupid and rude is how the Christian citizens of the United Christian States of America regard us Atheists who know that Christianity is based on the worst book of fiction ever written, the "Holy" Bible. It is a poor plagiarism of Egyptian Astrotheology. There was no "Creator/God" as told in Genesis. Genesis and the whole of the Bible is LIES. There was no Jesus. Jesus was plagiarised from the Egyptian God, Horus – born of a Virgin, Isis. The name Jesus was taken from a Celtic God, Hu-Horus.

    Roman Catholicism was founded by Emperor Constantine I at the Council of Nicea 325 CE as the official Religion of the Roman Empire for political purposes. Christmas Day, 25th December was the birthday of the pagan God, Mithra and of the Egyptian God, Horus.

    Christianity is a serious Mental Health Hazard, a Pandemic that is turning America into a Third World Country. The sooner Americans give up the ridiculous notions of "Creation" and "Intelligent Design" and learn about the true FACTS of Science the better.

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