The subtitle of this slick and exceedingly odd proselytizing tool — In Search of America’s National Treasure — conjures up images of Nicolas Cage poring over the Declaration of Independence. Instead, former Growing Pains star Kirk Cameron, a born-again evangelical Christian, takes the screen, talking with experts who back up his message (but none who might not) that the United States was founded as a Christian country and must abide by the Gospel to avoid ruin. Viewers who already agree will agree; those who don’t, won’t. C
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MONUMENTAL In Search of America's National Treasure (Pyro Pictures)
Genre: Documentary; Runtime (in minutes): 90
Posted January 17 2015 — 5:04 PM EST
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