TV-14 | YouTube | 10m
Released in February of 2018

SUMMARY: Six strangers – three that are pro-gun and three that are anti-gun – discuss a handful of questions and/or statements regarding guns. A couple of statements that the people answer are “I think my views on guns could change” and “people on the other side don’t care about me or my loved ones’ lives.”

KEY QUOTES: “If I can prove to you that there are ways to enact gun reform that will decrease the amount of guns out there, increased education, and not hurt the ability of law abiding citizens to have access to firearms, would you be willing to discuss ways to do that?”

DIG DEEPER: We curated four guided learning paths on guns and gun violence to help you learn about the subject through a distinct Christian lens.

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