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Stained Glass Rainbows (2015)

A straight man travels America meeting gays & ex-gays, lovers & haters, saints & sinners, all trying their best to follow the teachings of Jesus Christ, and along the way he learns what it means to "love your gay neighbor as yourself."


Kent C. Williamson
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Credited cast:
Ric Alba Ric Alba ... Self
Sean Doty Sean Doty ... Self
Jonathan Ervin Jonathan Ervin ... Self
Robert Gagnon Robert Gagnon ... Self
Brian Healy Brian Healy ... Self
Cindi Love Cindi Love ... Self
John Middleton John Middleton ... Self
Lisa Miller Lisa Miller ... Self
Shirley Phelps-Roper ... Self
Kristin J. Tremba Kristin J. Tremba ... Self
Linda Marie Wall Linda Marie Wall ... Self
John Westcott John Westcott ... Self
Brad Williamson Brad Williamson ... Self
Kent C. Williamson Kent C. Williamson ... Self


Stained Glass Rainbows explores the most controversial subject facing America today: the collision between the LGBT community and the Christian church. Can gays be Christian? Is homosexuality a sin? Is there a gay gene? Is there such a thing as an ex-gay? Both families and churches are being torn apart over these divisive issues. Stained Glass Rainbows brings together the voices of the left, the right, the middle, and helps bridge the gulf through its dialogue. From gay pride parades to anti-gay protests, Stained Glass Rainbows confronts the controversy of faith through the hearts and minds of people on both sides of this uncivil war.

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Great Documentary
27 January 2015 | by elysianskySee all my reviews

This film will not serve to reinforce your views on this topic - regardless of what your views may be.

Director Kent Williamson has assembled an excellent cross section of subjects to interview for his film - from Westboro Baptist Church "God Hates Fags" Christians, to "I'm OK/You're OK" Liberal Christian Pastors, and everything in between.

By that I mean: Christians who are gay and struggle with it as part of their sinful nature, and Christians who are gay and feel that it is part of who their loving Jesus made them to be.

Everyone interviewed brings a fresh, and challenging range of ideas and thoughts to the table. No one stands out as having all of the right answers, and some of the most profound statements made come from the mouths of those whom you would probably find yourself surprised to agree with.

I highly recommend this film to anyone who is a Christian and is interested in understanding every possible angle of this dialog.

Even if this film doesn't change your mind, it will certainly move the needle closer to the heart of understanding what it means to be gay, and to be a Christian, and how our calling to love one another can be more fully and perfectly practiced within the Body of Christ.

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Release Date:

20 January 2015 (USA) See more »

Filming Locations:

Orlando, Florida, USA See more »


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$50,000 (estimated)
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Paladin Pictures See more »
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1.85 : 1
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