A video on religious freedom and traditional values released a few months ago as part of an effort to highlight anti-Christian initiatives by the Obama Administration has now gone viral, generating over 2.1 million views on YouTube. The filmmaker, Jeremy Wiles, tells Accuracy in Media that the idea for the video came from a dream and that he now sees “God’s fingerprints” all over the project.
The 3-minute ‘Test of Fire’ video says voting for the sanctity of life, traditional marriage, and religious freedom are of grave importance and poses the question, ‘Will you vote the values that will stand the test of fire?’ It shows a blacksmith pounding out words signifying various election issues but putting, ‘life,’ ‘marriage,’ and ‘freedom’ in the forefront and then being placed on an American flag….
There are two versions of the ‘Test of Fire’ video. One version is intended to appeal to Catholics and the other, Protestants and Evangelicals.
Test of Fire: Election 2012 (Official HD Version – Catholic):
Test of Fire: Election 2012 (Official HD Version – Evangelical, Protestant):
To view these videos in Spanish, you can visit the Creative Labs YouTube page here.
The upcoming election next month is about so many things. Included and most important among so many issues on the list is religious freedom.
As Children of God, we must take heed. We must vote our values.
“Your vote will affect the future and be recorded in eternity…”