The Arapaho United Methodist Church Dinner & Documentary Series in partnership with UTD’s Galerstein Gender Center present National Geographic’s “Gender Revolution": A Journey With Katie Couric.”
Katie Couric explores our evolving understanding of gender identity, speaking with transgender and intersex individuals about their experiences. We will watch the documentary together and listen to a response panel following.
Dinner will be provided, please bring a cash donation to help us offset the cost.
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The Arapaho United Methodist Church Dinner and Documentary Series invites you to join us for a viewing of "The Muslim Next Door" from Katie Couric's Docuseries: American Inside Out. We have partnered with the Dialogue Institute of Dallas for a short response panel following the film.
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The Arapaho United Methodist Church Dinner and Documentary Series invites you to join us for a viewing of "The Heretic." A film the follows the immediate outcomes post the release of Pastor, author and speaker Rob Bell's book "Love Wins."
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Childcare is provided with registration (click here)
Note: This film contains some adult language
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About The Documentary:
There is perhaps no figure in American Christianity as polarizing as Rob Bell. Once a pastor of the fastest growing church in America and heralded as the next Billy Graham, that all changed when he began challenging the traditional understanding of hell and suggesting that heaven might be open to all.
The film follows Rob with unprecedented access over several years as he challenges deeply held conservative ideals while grappling with some of the most important questions of our time: Can faith and science coexist, or do belief and progress stand in opposition? Is religion insufficient for explaining the complexity of our modern world, or does it give language to something even greater? And do spiritual traditions simply serve to further divide our world, or can they offer real help and hope for a better tomorrow?
Surprising, inviting and disarmingly beautiful, The Heretic is a story about the eternal and the here and now. A poetically unorthodox portrait that offers new language for a bigger, more expansive conversation about faith.