I have no idea how I came to download this, but it was quite interesting. Evangelical Christian kids, praying and crying.
I read theNew York Times review. I have to say, I was disturbed by the children, who looked a lot like they were being brainwashed.
What really gets me about things like this, something that struck me when that whole fuss over The Golden Compass occurred, is that as an atheist, if I had children, I would be quite happy for them to be exposed to religion. I'd have no problem with my child choosing to believe in god. I don't feel that making a decision about something that can't be proven either way should be forced on anyone, and certainly children shouldn't be indoctrinated to think one way or the other. I'd let my kids read Narnia or The Chosen or Harry Potter or whatever they wanted. I'd tell them what I think. And I'd help them develop the kind of critical thinking skills that would let them come to their own conclusions.
It's quite strange to realize how differently some religious parents feel.