‘Right to Believe’ ~
CFDb Movie Review & Recommendation
Tony Morris (Christopher Hunt) is a local newspaper reporter who is demoted to writing for his paper’s community section after his credibility is falsely called into question. Little does Tony know that his first assignment in his new role presents the biggest challenge of his young career. With his job on the line, Tony is assigned to cover the town’s first Gay Pride Day and interview parade organizer Markus Fry (Timothy Paul Taylor).
Challenged to an open debate on the biblical principles of homosexuality, Tony must choose between relying on his Christian values and moral convictions or taking the easy way out and just writing the story. Will Tony’s entire reporting career come crashing down if he dares to stand up for what he believes?
Definitely a film about loving the sinner, not the sin! I use this saying a lot and it was shown wonderfully in this film. I love to see some true Christianity in action.
Have you ever shared something about your faith with someone you wanted so badly to understand the truth that is made you actually choke up because of your love for them??? It’s a good check for whether we are just trying to shove truth down someone’s throat, or actually sharing the truth in love.
Here are a couple highlights from this film:
- Really great analogy by Donald Parker, who plays Terry Pissante in this film. It was one of those “Touché” moments and blew my mind. Made me wonder if I’m being a hypocrite in one area and not even realizing it. I’d love to know what your thoughts are about that one particular conversation. You’ll know what it is once you hear it.
- Great points on both sides and great dialogue throughout the restaurant scenes.
This is definitely a thought provoking film and it touches on some really sensitive issues.
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