PNAF sponsors a screening of Seventh-Gay Adventists on February 9 at 3 PM in Auburn, Washington.
This film has been seen by more than 8,000 viewers in 42 screenings around the U.S. and a few places overseas during the past year. It treats a volatile issue in a loving and Christ-like way. And now, it's Seattle's opportunity to see "Seventh-Gay Adventists," a film about faith on the margins. It tells the story of three couples who struggle to reconcile their spirituality and their sexuality.
Here are a few evaluations by Adventist leaders:
"Whatever one's position regarding homosexuals and the church may be, this film is worth seeing because it candidly probes issues with real human faces and stories." - Dr. Roy Gane, professor, Andrews Seminary
"The film is superb--a poignant and profound experience beyond any I've seen on the subject." - Chris Blake, author and professor, Union College
"It's a very powerful film. Gentle in its way. Only tree stumps could get through the film without tears or sobs; yet it ends with joy." - Dr. Charles Scriven, president of Kettering College of Medical Arts and chair of the board for Adventist Forum
The screening will take place in the Auburn Avenue Theater, 10 Auburn Street, at 3 pm. There is some parking on the street and behind the