|Documentaries to be shown in Maumee all month|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune Staff|
|Friday, 05 April 2013 09:09|
MAUMEE - Four documentary films, one each Saturday in April at Calvary Church, 1360 Conant Street, Maumee, (The former Maumee 18 Cineplex).
Each week's film starts at 6 p.m., followed by a brief talk by an expert panel and audience Q&A hosted by David Yonke, editor of Toledo Faith & Values (ToledoFAVS.com).
The schedule features:
• Saturday: "Hitchens v. Blair: Is Religion a Voice for Good?" A debate between atheist Christopher Hitchens and Christian Tony Blair on Nov. 26, 2010
• April 13: "Father of Lights: Who is God?": Filmmaker Darren Wilson sought to "peel back the many layers of religious garbage" to find God's true character.
• April 20: "Twist of Faith": In this Academy Award-nominated documentary, Toledo firefighter Tony Comes confronts the trauma of past sexual abuse as a boy by a Toledo priest, only to find his decision shatters his relationships with family, community and faith.
• April 27: "Expelled: No Intelligence Allowed": Ben Stein examines the issue of academic freedom and decides that there is none when it comes to the debate over intelligent design.
A suggested donation is $10 per film. All proceeds benefit the nonprofit, nonsectarian religion news website, ToledoFAVS.com.
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