Christian quotes are not just for Christians.
They’re part of the DNA of Hollywood.
And this week, a new Christian film is coming out with Christian themes.
The Corrupting Christian follows the rise of the American Tea Party and the rise in the anti-establishment movement that followed.
“I feel like it’s the new era in American politics,” director David Lowery said of the film.
“It’s more about a kind of resistance and a kind on the ground, and I feel like we’ve got a great story to tell here.”
The film tells the story of a group of young people, some of them Christian, who are frustrated by what they perceive to be the hypocrisy of their political leader, U.S. Rep. Chris Gibson (R-N.Y.).
“They are the same people who said, ‘We can’t stop the Muslims from coming in, so we have to have this law,'” said Lowery, who is Jewish.
“And now they have this whole anti-Muslim campaign.
And it’s not going away.
And I think that’s the most troubling part of this story.”
The new film, which is being produced by the nonprofit group Faith in America, focuses on Gibson’s quest to reform the nation’s immigration system and the role that religion plays in American culture.
The film also addresses the role religion plays on issues ranging from climate change to gun control.
The movie has received praise from some of the country’s leading Christian organizations, including the National Organization for Marriage, which has endorsed it.
But other Christian organizations have taken issue with the movie.
“The film portrays Gibson’s political career as a tragedy and misadventure, and its portrayal of religion as an obstacle to his political goals is deeply misleading,” said Faith in Action president Jerry Boykin in a statement.
“We reject this film for being anti-Christian.
It is not only a disservice to the people who have served as Gibson’s faithful allies, but also to our faith traditions.”
The director of the nonprofit Faith in Entertainment said that he hopes the film will not only help educate people about religion but will also help raise awareness about the political and social movements that he believes are fueling the rise and the anti-“religious” rhetoric.
“What’s fascinating to me is that the movement is very young,” Lowery told Recode.
“When people were starting to get interested in the Tea Party in the mid-2000s, there was a lot of fear that it was going to become a Tea Party of the Religious Right.
I think it’s really important that we see that it’s just a new movement that’s evolving into something more than that.”
He said the film’s themes are more reflective of the Christian faith than those found in the movie itself.
“You have to understand, this is not a religious film.
We’re not talking about the church.
This is not the church, and it’s a Christian film,” he said.
“In fact, this story is a really good look at what the tea party is all about.
It’s about the idea of the underdog.
And what happens when you put yourself on the wrong side of history and the wrong sides of the law?
It’s a story of the resistance, and we think it has a lot to say about what it means to be a Christian in a post-Christian world.”
Corrupt to the core, the film is set in the early ’80s, and focuses on an anti-immigrant group called the Sons of Liberty.
Gibson and his group were trying to organize a protest against Gibson’s efforts to expand immigration laws to include undocumented workers.
“Corrupt to The Core” is scheduled to open in theaters and on VOD in early February.
For more on Corrupt, read our full interview with Lowery.
“He [Gibson] has to be an incredibly good person, but he’s an idiot,” Lowerie said.
And yet, he believes Gibson is a great actor.
“His acting ability and his charisma is something that’s never been seen before.
He has that incredible ability to blend into the crowd, and he just has a way of being charismatic,” Loweringy said.
Lowery is also an actor himself, having played a character in the 2010 remake of “The Godfather.”
The actor said he first got involved with the film when he read an interview with Gibson and decided to audition.
“They put me in a room with a bunch of people who were all really angry, and they were all just saying, ‘I’ve got this terrible feeling that this is going to be good,'” Lowery explained.
“One of them, a guy named Scott, just started crying.
He said, “You’re the greatest actor in the world.
But I can’t believe you’re going to do this!
“”And I just thought, well