America's moral deficit

Monday, October 8, 2012
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Chris Woodward (OneNewsNow.com)

A new documentary examines the connection between America's financial condition and its moral fiber.

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Economist and actor Ben Stein is one of the many people appearing in Fed Up: The Uncertainty of America's Future, a 30-minute DVD from a historical and biblical perspective that reveals the immediate changes required to truly restore America.

"Once you throw God out the window and say there's no place for God in the Republic, then anything goes," Stein states in the video.

Fed Up is hosted by American Family Radio's financial expert, Dan Celia.

Fed Up (DVD cover)"We have a deficit in this country, and I'm not talking about the deficit in our monetary system; I'm talking about the deficit that we are suffering from in our leadership of this country," he asserts. "That's where the true deficit is."

Also appearing in the video is Dr. Michael Youssef, T. Boone Pickens, Dr. Robert Jeffress, Steve Forbes and John Allison, president of the Cato Institute.

"It is just a DVD that I think is easy to understand," says Celia. "You're going to hear some things that I've said before, but you're going to hear them coming from some of the greatest minds."

Celia, president and CEO of Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries, also has a new book titled The Fear of Money.

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