One Generation Away
- Rated PG
- Genre: Special Interest-Politics
- Release Date: 2/10/2015
Religious Liberty - America's "first freedom" - is changing like never before. One Generation Away, a new feature documentary, goes to the front lines of the changing face of America's religious freedoms, discovering a series of dramatic shifts in how the First Amendment (and it's religious freedom clauses) is being applied across a broad spectrum of modern America. From Hobby Lobby in Oklahoma City to wedding service providers in the Pacific Northwest; from cases in Southern California, Texas, and across the country; One Generation Away tells the stories that are shaping where the country is today, and looking at where America is headed in a world of rapidly changing religious freedoms. The film also travels to Germany, France, and England to look at the global landscape of religious freedom, exploring what might be in store for America if it continues on a trajectory of diminishing religious liberties. One Generation Away speaks to the leading voices on this timely and pivotal subject, discovering that shifting cultural trends are coming at great cost to the religious liberty that was at the heart of America's birth. In the face of unprecedented challenges, however, the film resonates a heartbeat of hope - for a generation that is willing to engage on the issue of Americas changing religious freedoms.
|Run Time:||90 minutes|