Myers and the messianic movement are trying to pull the wool over the eyes of the Israeli public
"Jesus Camp," a documentary about a summer program at which evangelical children are taught to "take back America for Christ."
Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ" was the most important American religious event of the past year. For Christians, its effects were quite positive, as viewers already committed to belief in Jesus were roused to renew their faith through the heartrending story of the Crucifixion. For America's Jewish community, the effects of the film can also be positive, if we draw the right retrospective lessons not from the movie itself but from the controversy that still surrounds it.