Filmmaker Colin Gunn joins Alex in-studio to give an inside look at his film IndoctriNation, exposing the nation's public school system and its attempts to corrupt our youth and ready them for state control, all while undermining traditional Christianity. With an eye on homeschooling as an alternative, Gunn breaks down the moral and ethical degradation posed by the modern school system.
IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America is the latest DVD from the award-winning director Colin Gunn that examines the issue of public education and home schooling from a Christian perspective. This unflinching and highly controversial documentary takes a long and hard look at the true state of public schools and you may not like what it discovers.
Most Christian children attend a public school. Their families have a vested interest in all that happens there. Join filmmaker Colin Gunn, a home school father of seven, on a field trip across the USA to examine the state of public education.
Driving an old school bus, Colin and family travel across America, asking questions about the origins and social impact of America's public education system. Colin asks:
Who established the American Public Schools system?
Are my kids physically and morally safe in the schools?
Are the public schools religiously neutral?
Shouldn't Christian kids be "salt and light" in the schools?
Can the public school system be fixed or redeemed?
Featuring compelling interviews with teachers, administrators, parents, and other whistleblowers, this film is part documentary, part testimonial, and totally captivating. Above all it is both an encouragement and challenge to the millions of Christians who need to know what God's Word says about the discipleship and training of the next generation. You will want to give IndoctriNation to every parent you know.
Featuring interviews with Samuel Blumenfeld, Col. John Eidsmoe, John Taylor Gatto, Ken Ham, Dr. Erwin Lutzer, Doug Phillips, Howard Phillips, Bruce Shortt, R.C. Sproul, Jr., Kevin Swanson, and many more.
Run Time: 102 minutes
Region 1 -- U.S. and Canada.
Directors: Colin Gunn & Joaquin Fernandez
Format: Dolby, NTSC, Color, Full Screen
Studio: Gunn Productions
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