“Stupid in America” is a nasty title for a program about public education, but some nasty things are going on in America’s public schools and it’s about time we face up to it.
The episode discusses the “separation of church and state” and points out that the phrase does not appear in the United States Constitution. It claims that separation of church and state is used to prevent Christians from expressing their beliefs. Political commentator Ann Coulter describes what she refers to as the “intolerance” of the left.
- Series Premiere
- Is This Thing On?
- Grandmas Behind Bars
- Olivia’s Song
- Vows on the Boardwalk?
- Lone Star Justice
- The Fairness Doctrine
- Christians Need Not Apply – Part 1
- Christians Need Not Apply – Part 2
- The Ivory Tower
- The Hallowed Halls of Tolerance
- Whispering Christians
- Defending the Faithful
It is the year AD 203 in Carthage, North Africa. Perpetua, an affluent young mother, is charged with converting to Christianity and is sent to prison. But her freedom can be secured easily. All she has to do is offer one pinch of incense in honor to the Roman gods. With this simple act of devotion and loyalty to the Roman Empire she can regain her freedom and return to her infant son and a life of comfort. As her father pleads for Perpetua to consider the welfare of her child and the reputation of their family, she slowly makes her way to face the Roman proconsul and declare her final decision. What will it be? This episode of Torchlighters: Heroes of the Faith presents one of the most influential, true stories of the Early Church.