Reviewed on 1/11/2013...
Mr. Pinto's film is a prime example of the poor research that permeates the works of those who seek to deny the Christian foundation of the American government. A friend of mine watched this film and became distraught over the idea that all he had been taught about our Christian heritage might be wrong. He asked me to look into the evidence presented in the film and help him figure out the truth. I took the time to look up every single claim that Mr. Pinto made in his film and discovered far more errors than I could possibly include in a single review; so I wrote a book instead. My book entitled "Hidden Facts of the Founding Era" is now available as an eBook or a paperback from this link: http://christian76.com/hidden-facts. Sample chapters are also available at that link.
In that book, I provide original source documentation to disprove nearly every claim that Mr. Pinto makes in his film including proof that:
Benjamin Franklin only experimented with deism as a teenager and soon rejected it entirely. At the age of twenty-nine, he wrote three bold defenses of his Christian faith. John Adams called the French Enlightenment thinkers cowards and atheists who were destitute of common sense, and he frequently referred to Jesus Christ as his Savior. George Washington recorded a prayer expressing his acceptance of the sacrifice of Jesus Christ for his sins. He left the Masonic Lodge as a young man; he denied being a member of any lodge during the founding era of our nation, and he referred to masonry as being mere child's play. And much, much more.