Maybe Weâ€™re Talking About A Different God| 28mins
Director: John Ankele & Anne Macsoud | Producer: Old Dog Documentaries
Focus Years: 2009 | Country: United States
"Maybe We're Talking About A Different God" is the story of the Reverend Jane Adams Spahr, a Presbyterian minister and a lesbian, who was called to serve as pastor of a large metropolitan church in Rochester, New York. Although 90 percent of the congregation voted to approve her as their minister, other Presbyterian churches in the area vehemently protested the appointment and her case was brought before an ecclesiastical court. In documenting that trial, the video reveals the struggle of ordinary people to come to terms with their own difficulties around homosexuality.
". . . A moving, non-threatening, tremendously powerful story that speaks truthfully on behalf of lesbian and gay people."
â€”Virginia Ramey Mollenkott, Ph.D., Writer, Theologian, Teacher
"The filmmakers, with great sensitivity, take us into the hearts and lives of people, regardless of sexual orientation, as they struggle for new understanding. This film offers the opportunity to liberate all of us from our ignorance and fear . . . No matter what your perspective, something in this film will make you feel better about yourself."
â€”Dr. Georgeann Wilcoxson, Educator
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