Four college Christians look at their faith in Jesus and realize that it's based on routine rather than a genuine relationship. They decide that to fully understand their faith, they need to test it against others' beliefs. Michael B Allen, Will Bakke, Lawson Hopkins, and Austin Meek set out on a journey around the United States beginning in Dallas. They travel west to the Los Angeles, north to Seattle, east to Boston, and finally, South to New Orleans before heading home. Along the way, they meet several different characters including a policeman, a hippie clown, a Scientology ex, a congresswoman, a homeless man, and many more. As they guys near home and the journey's completion, they come to realize the importance of always questioning beliefs, no matter how sure you are of them. They see that questions are vital, because the answers to those questions allow us to really live for something.Written by
Michael B Allen
Would highly recommend, especially for the youth (upper middle/high school grades)! Four young Christian guys take a US tour and interview random folks regarding their religious beliefs. They interview people from all walks of life, including atheists, Mormons, and Scientologists, just to name a few. A perfect movie for a weekend church lock-in or camp. I found it to be thought provoking and a great movie to introduce to the youth group at church. It shows how the four young guys had the courage and conviction to stand up for what they believed in as they honestly assessed the beliefs of others. This in turn allowed them reflect and take home where our country's shortcoming lie. Funny, captivating, and seeks to show the true meaning of life.
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