The documentary For the Love of God will screen in Taree next Monday, October 22.
Christian history offers plenty of ammunition to its critics: crusades, inquisitions, the oppression of women — not to mention the recent horrific incidence of institutional child abuse, covered up by the church.
So would we be better off without Christianity?
Join presenters from the Centre for Public Christianity on location around the globe as they weigh up the good, the bad, the ugly — and the unexpected — about some of the impact Christianity has had on the world we live in.
Shot on location across four continents and 11 countries, in conversation with leading scholars from around the world, this is a rigorous and engaging response, for sceptics and believers alike, to the question: Does religion poison everything?
The film will be shown at Fay’s Twin Cinema in Taree on October 22 at 7pm (through Fanforce).
The documentary has been now shown in cinemas across Australia and an abridged version went to air on ABC's Compass program.
Tickets are $22 and booking is through Fanforce.com
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