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New Documentary: Hidden Faith of our Fouding Fathers

October 9, 2010

New Documentary Release: ‘The Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers’
by Adullam Films:

While it is generally accepted that the Pilgrims who landed at Plymouth came to promote a Biblical world view, can the same be said of the revolutionaries who lived 150 years later? Award winning filmmaker, Christian J. Pinto explores this question in “The Hidden Faith of the Founding Fathers,” a powerful new documentary that delves into the controversial beliefs of the founders of the American Revolution.

Were these men Christians, according to the Bible? Was it  their “original intent” to found America on the teachings of  Christ and the Apostles? Were they really in favor of Christianity? Or perhaps worst of all … against it?

Included in this DVD:

1) The faith of Thomas Paine — the man who inspired the American Revolution, and the writing of the Declaration of Independence. This film shows how Paine’s influence over the Revolution was critical, while his anti-Christian writings revealed much of what the other founders truly believed.

2) The faith of Thomas Jefferson — author of the Declaration of Independence. Jefferson said the Book of Revelation was “the ravings of a maniac,” and was called “the reviler of Christ” and after his private letters were published.

3) The faith of Benjamin Franklin — the only man to sign all of the original founding documents. Franklin was part of a radical occult group known as “The Hellfire Club” in England that took part in satanic rituals, which may have included human sacrifice.

4) The faith of John Adams — the second President of the United States. The evidence shows that Adams was no Christian at all, but rather exalted pagan beliefs about God, while abhorring the Gospel, calling it an “awful blasphemy.”

5) The faith of George Washington — known as “the Father of our country.” Three of Washington’s own pastors doubted his faith in Christ. Proof is shown that he went to war, not for Christianity, but for a “universal” system that would embrace all religions. When compelled by the clergy to confess his faith in Christ, Washington refused.

6) George Washington & the Jesuits: Generally unknown is the role of Rome and the Jesuit Order in the American Revolution. Powerful historic evidence shows that George Washington worked with Jesuits to prevail against their common enemy, England.

7) David Barton’s America: confronting Barton’s view of American history, giving examples (including his appearance on the Glenn Beck program) of how he misquotes the founders to make it appear as if they supported Christianity, when it is provable that they did not.

This film presents powerful information from the writings of the founders themselves, and is a must-see for all American Christians who care about the soul of their nation.

Adullam Films is a Christian ministry dedicated to teaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ through film and video production.

  
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Rev Morrigan October 9, 2010

Goddesses and Gods bless American and her Pagan founding fathers!

Sara February 11, 2011

That is just horribly untrue, and a distortion of facts!

Benjamin Franklin was no athiest. He believed the best way to worship and honor God was by studying and “caring for” His creation! He was a Christian Deist, which means, there were certain greek and roman ‘traditions’ mixed into the Bible which he and others did not believe were original scriptures. They had good reason to believe this. If you know anything at all about the Reformation, and theology, you would know this, too! These men were well educated in Greek and Latin. Many were able to read the original scriptures and compare them with the KJV, and there were a great many controversies over the findings. The times these men lived in just happened to be the time when a lot of people were questioning the validity of the KJV translation. But, with the possible exception of Paine, they all were at the very least DEISTS. They were not atheists nor devil worshippers and you should be ashamed for suggesting such a thing! Are you a liar? Or just trying to mislead people, so they won’t go using their own REASON?

To understand their beliefs, you have to read “Christianity as Old as the Creation” by Matthew Tindal.
You also have to remember the times they lived in. The Enlightenment and the Reformation. Remember what it was about. i.e.: The Dark Ages… will NEVER be allowed to happen again! There is a reason they distrusted clergy… it had something to do with a long history of being oppressed by them! And, in “typical” clergy fashion, rather than display anything resembling “truth”, you are playing the same games here. You can turn them into villains if you want. But remember this, if it hadn’t been for men willing to use their REASON and who were brave enough to do it, we’d all be living in the Dark Ages as Catholics, being burned at the stake for disagreeing with “tradition”.

Sara February 11, 2011

One other note:

Thomas Jefferson most definitely believed in the Gospel!
In fact, it was the only part of the Bible he thought was “reasonable” to believe. The rest was questionable, to him, and therefore he was not under any obligation to believe it.

But, he made his own Bible, with verses he thought were “authentic” Christian gospel.
It is known as “Jefferson’s Bible”. Look it up!

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