Loving the Bad Man is a compelling story about faith, love and redemption.
This feature-length movie explores how God is present in all of us, and shows His glorious power even in the face of racism and such heinous acts as rape and murder.
This film reveals the endurance of the human condition, and how we are all part of God’s great universe no matter how good or bad we are.
This story focuses primarily on Julie Thompson (Christine Kelly), a young conservative Christian woman, who is truly tested by God and gives birth to a child conceived in rape.
This decision leads her on a journey that forces her to explore and redefine her relationships with God, her family, friends and even her rapist Mike Connor (Arturo Fernandez), as she struggles to forgive the man who violated her by boldly visiting him in prison and forging an unlikely bond.
„Loving the Bad Man” may make some Christians uncomfortable as it forces them to reexamine whether they are truly Christ followers, or just all talk.
Actor Stephen Baldwin participates in a discussion after the screening of „Loving the Bad Man” at Prison Fellowship’s Lansdowne, Va., campus, Wednesday, Feb. 9, 2011. Would you really forgive your rapist?
And would you really keep the baby conceived through rape?
Those are just some of the questions the upcoming film is presenting.
It’s „calling people to really look at who they are in Christ„, said actor Stephen Baldwin at the latest screening. (The Christian Post)