Friday, October 19, 2007

God Hates Fags ... NOT!

[Film] We know that the typical City Weekly reader is all about the biblical literalism, but for those few of you willing to open your thinking, take heed. The Sundance 2007 documentary For the Bible Tells Me So -- which allows theologians to explore traditionally anti-gay Scripture verses with a less homophobe-y slant--opens locally today (Friday) at the Tower Theatre. And following the 7 p.m. screening, panelists including First Unitarian Church minister Tom Goldsmith and Holladay United Church pastor Erin Gilmore will explore the issues raised. The Rev. Fred Phelps of Westboro Baptist Church will not be participating, as he is very busy somewhere waving picket signs in the faces of slain soldiers' grieving parents. (Scott Renshaw)


  1. God doesn't hate anyone. God does not hate at all.

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  2. I find it increasingly interesting that more documentary films are taking on social issues. This one looks interesting.

    I'd also recommend "Desert Bayou" (opens in Salt Lake City on Friday, October 26th, at the Broadway Centre Cinemas,111 E. 300 South,Salt Lake City, UT 84111,
    801-321-0310). That talks about the 600 New Orleans evacuees airlifted to Salt Lake City immediately after the storm. It's important, features Rocky Anderson, among others, and brings up important issues for our country.


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