Jamie Moffett joins me today to discuss his film The Ordinary Radicals.

About the film:

In the margins of the United States, there lives a revolutionary Christianity. One with a quiet disposition that seeks to do “small things with great love, and in so doing is breaking 21st Century stereotypes surrounding this 2000 year old faith. The Ordinary Radicals is set against the modern American political and social backdrop of the next Great Awakening. Traveling across the United States on a tour to promote the book Jesus for President, Shane Claiborne and a rag-tag group of “ordinary radicals” interpret Biblical history and its correlation with the current state of American politics. Sharing a relevant outlook for people with all faith perspectives, director Jamie Moffett examines this growing movement.

Music: (courtesy of Potter Street Records)
Girard Ave – NevereveN
Try on Life – Jes Karper