Thursday, February 22, 2007

Pelosi's daughter Alexandra made a movie about evangelists

That had this interesting and creepy paragraph:
Unfortunately, such complex characters are rare in Friends of God, and Pelosi doesn’t stop to demystify them. Most of the time, she is content to confirm secular liberals’ fears about evangelicals, particularly that they are unchangeable, unrelenting, and utterly uninterested in other points of view. Not to mention deeply weird. You can’t help but cringe at scenes of children being taught that dinosaurs not only coexisted with humans but actually worked for them as beasts of burden, or of prepubescent girls asking God to “invade” them after watching a Christian wrestling match. And it’s unclear what to make of Haggard, who boasts that evangelicals have better sex and creepily asks two congregants, “How many times a week do you have sex with your wife? How many times does she climax?”


mapaghimagsik said...

See what the 'big tent' philosophy did for the Christians. I don't think Democrats should pursue the same agenda.

ellroon said...

Especially when the term 'Christian' means these lunatics. I know many good Christians and they are as aghast as we are how Christianity has been hijacked to do the bidding of politics.