Set to be released in October 2020, “For Love of Neighbor: Politics for the Common Good” is a documentary film that tells the stories of three Christians searching for a better way to engage in contemporary politics and public life: Sen. Tim Scott (US Senator, South Carolina), Justin Giboney (Founder, AND Campaign), and Sarah Imboden (Town Councilperson, Red Hook, NY).
The film also features interviews with a variety of experts, including: Sen. Ben Sasse (US Senator, Nebraska), Russell Moore (Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission), Arthur Brooks (Former AEI President), Cherie Harder (Trinity Forum), Stephanie Summers (Center for Public Justice), Tommy Hinson (Church of the Advent), Fr. Aquinas Guilbeau, OP (Dominican House of Studies), Chad Pecknold (Catholic University of America), Amy Black (Wheaton College), and many others.
In a time of divisiveness, apathy, and uncertainty, “For Love of Neighbor” aims to offer hopeful narratives and an intellectual framework for faithful Christian engagement in contemporary politics. The film will be available for screenings (on college campuses, in churches, etc.) in September 2020, and will be released publicly in October.
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