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GOD & GAYS: BRIDGING THE GAP
An intimate look into the struggle of reconciling sexuality and spirituality by getting into the head, heart and lives of the people who have found homosexuality and the Bible as their self-defining identity. The film wrestles with the issues of being Gay in a right wing Christian world through the eyes and experiences of people wanting a relationship with the very religion that rejects them. In every age there is a group of people misunderstood and mistreated simply because of who they are, God & Gays puts the face and heartbeat of humanity into this emotionally-charged issue and answers whether it s possible to be gay and religious.
Finally a film exploring the religious struggle of reconciling sexuality and spirituality by getting into the head, heart and lives of the people who have found homosexuality and the Bible as their self-defining work. The film wrestles with the issues of being Gay in a right wing Christian world through the eyes and experiences of people wanting a relationship with the very religion that rejects t
||Jason Stuart, Rev. Mel White, Mary Lou Wallner, Rev. Deborah L. Johnson, Darlene Bogle|
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|DVD Release Date:
||December 09, 2008|
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|| based on 3 reviews|
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Excellent Documentary to open DialogueDec 10, 2008
By Darlene K. Bogle
This film will challenge your understanding about God really thinks about Gay people. Whether you are heterosexual or homosexual, you will want to hear these stories of faith from men and women who are bridging the Gap. It is a way to continue the dialogue, and put a human face on those who have experienced rejection and isolation. An excellent gift to any pastor, parent, or friend who wants to understand and be part of the solution!
EnlightingFeb 13, 2013
Thanks to the filmakers I learned something more than the usual when it comes to gays and spirituality. In the beginning of the film I kind of got the idea that the gays interviewed were a little on the arrogent side. But as the film progresses I realized the people interviewed had put a lot of thought (mixed with personal experience) into what they were saying. I found that I had to watch the documentary more than once to get the full impact of what the filmakers were saying. I appreciate the time, effort and money put into this film.
1 of 3 found the following review helpful:
solid.Feb 23, 2010
By Joel D. Ealy
this is a solid study of the gay that exists between the mainstream church and the LGBT community.
this should be viewed as supplemental to the A+ documentary, For The Bible Tells Me So.