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Through My Eyes (2009)

Not Rated | | Documentary | Video 17 March 2009
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In a series of moving, intertwined interviews, over two dozen young Christians discuss their Christian faith, their views on homosexuality, and the responses of their churches, friends, and... See full summary »

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In a series of moving, intertwined interviews, over two dozen young Christians discuss their Christian faith, their views on homosexuality, and the responses of their churches, friends, and families when they began to suspect that they might be gay. Written by Anonymous

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Every Christian should see through their eyes.

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USA

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English

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17 March 2009 (USA) See more »

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The Gay Christian Network See more »
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A must-see for Christians everywhere.
21 June 2009 | by rebeccajudithfieldSee all my reviews

This is a wonderful documentary that is a must-see for all Christians today, regardless of their views on homosexuality. This is because Through My Eyes shows us who the casualties of this "war" on homosexuality are - young Christians (and old ones too!), trying to find their place in the world and seeking to keep Christ at the centre of their life while they do so.

Through My Eyes is emotional and engaging, and is a breath of fresh air for those who have walked a similar path. The participants frankly describe their experiences of growing up in or being part of a church culture that is at odds with their sexuality.

I thoroughly enjoyed watching Through My Eyes because it helped me to realise that there are others who are in the same situation as me. This documentary is an invaluable resource for that reason alone, yet it also serves as an important eye-opener for those members of the church that seek to change or exclude those who identify as homosexual.


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