Rev. Garrett. 50 states. One truck. Bibles all around.
I can't believe that someone really wants to go to all fifty states to "spiritually revive" the country.
Technically speaking, it's true that America was founded on several Christian principals. Many of the founding fathers were Christian at one point. It was, after all, the colonial times - Christianity, church, it was all a big deal in the community.
Sure, I don't like it when people in the United States say things like we shouldn't say the Pledge of Allegiance in school because it says "under God". Next thing you know, they're going to burn all the dollars and make new ones because it says, "In God We Trust". Fail.
But, as I've said before, I don't really like the idea of evangelicals. I believe that people will come to a religion when they are ready and willing. It's nice to invite someone to church or talk to them a little about the religion if they are interested, but to insist that you are going to "spiritually revive" the country is a big job. Though a majority of the world is Christian, the United States is a melting pot of many cultures and diverse ethnic backgrounds - each with its own religion or philosophy.
It's not like the country is "spiritually dead" simply because not everyone is a Christian.
It's a great idea, but I'm not sure how successful this endeavor will be for the reverend.
Maybe they could all help the poor...fight cancer...fundraise for AIDS...etc.?