Jesus Camp (2006)
Rachel: [preaching to a group of guys sitting in a park] If you were to die right now in this moment, where do you think you'd go?
guy in the park: Heaven
Rachel: [subdued] Really?
guy in the park: Yeah. Sure.
Rachel: Oh... okay. Have a nice day!
[runs back to her friends]
Rachel: I think they were Muslims!
Becky Fischer: It's no wonder, with that kind of intense training and discipling, that those young people are ready to kill themselves for the cause of Islam. I wanna see young people who are as committed to the cause of Jesus Christ as the young people are to the cause of Islam. I wanna see them as radically laying down their lives for the Gospel as they are over in Pakistan and Israel and Palestine and all those different places, you know, because we have... excuse me, but we have the truth!
Levi's Mom: Did you get to the part yet where they say that science hasn't proven anything?
Becky Fischer: I can go into a playground of kids that don't know anything about Christianity, lead them to the Lord in a matter of, just no time at all, and just moments later they can be seeing visions and hearing the voice of God, because they're so open. They are so usable in Christianity.
Becky Fischer: And while I'm on the subject, let me say something about Harry Potter. Warlocks are the enemies of God! And I don't care what kind of hero they are, they're an enemy of God and had it been in the Old Testament, Harry Potter would have been put to death!
Becky Fischer: You don't make heroes out of warlocks!
Ted Haggard: We've decided the Bible is the word of God. We don't have to have a General Assembly about what we believe. It's written in the Bible. Alright, so we don't have to debate what we think about homosexual activity. It's written in the Bible.
[pointing and looking into the camera]
Ted Haggard: I think I know what you did last night.
Ted Haggard: If you send me a thousand dollars, I won't tell your wife.
[audience and Haggard laughs]
Ted Haggard: If you use any of this, I'll sue you.
Tory Binger: When I dance, I really have to make sure that that's God, because people will notice when I'm dancing for the flesh.
Levi: I think Galileo made the right choice by giving up science for Christ.
Becky Fischer: [Referring to President George W. Bush] He has really brought some real credibility, um, to the Christian faith.
Levi's Mom: We believe that there's two kinds of people in this world: people who love Jesus and people who don't.
Home-schooled kids: [the kids eat lunch together at a table, discussing the taboo subject of Harry Potter films. One boy in particular raises some hell, literally] Well, my mom won't let me watch Harry Potter 'cuz it has, like, witchcraft and stuff in it, but, uh...
Home-schooled kids: I watch 'em all the time at my dad's house.
[the other kids stare in open-mouthed horror]
Levi: At five I got saved...
Becky Fischer: Yeah?
Levi: ...because I just wanted more of life.
Becky Fischer: No microphone problems, in the name of Jesus.
Pro-Life Teacher: You're more than a bit of protoplasm, whatever that is.
Becky Fischer: It's almost like being on the cover of "Rolling Stones"!
Home-schooled kids: I pledge allegiance to the Christian flag...
Rachel: There are certain churches, they're called "dead churches," and the people there, they sit there, like this
[blank stare monotone]
Rachel: - "We worship you God, we worship you God."... The churches that God likes to go to, are churches where they're jumping up and down, shouting his name, and just praising him, they're not acting - they're not quiet
[pious frown monotone]
Rachel: "We worship you... ," they're
Rachel: "Hallelujah God!" And depending on how they invite him, he'll be there, or not.
Becky Fischer: I love America... but then I look at this sick ol' World and say "Oh, God, let's go!"