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Screening: “Lord Save Us From Your Followers” with filmmaker Dan Merchant
Date: March 7 2011 8:00pm Location: Council Chamber in Templeton Student Center
About Lord, Save Us From Your Followers:
If you were to meet ten average Americans on the street, nine of them would say they believe in God. So why is the Gospel of Love dividing America?
Dan Merchant put on his bumper-sticker-clad jumpsuit and decided to find out why the Gospel of Love is dividing America. After talking with scores of men and women on streets all across the nation, and also interviewing many well-known active participants in today’s “Culture Wars,” Dan realized that the public discussion of faith doesn’t have to be contentious.
Lord, Save Us From Your Followers is a fast-paced, highly engaging documentary that explores the collision of faith and culture in America. After seeing Lord, Save Us From Your Followers, you’ll never talk about faith the same way again!
Dan Merchant, producer of the film, will be available for a question and answer session following the film.
To learn more, visit http://www.lordsaveusthemovie.com/home.html
Sponsored by Agape, Interfaith Council, Hillel, Newman Club, and the Chapel.