Have you ever wondered if we're asking the right questions?
Let's start with a reality check: It is unrealistic to pretend that religion will be kept separate from politics, because both speak to morality, community, and action.
Across the globe and throughout history, we can cite many examples of the wrong way for religion to interact with politics.
So, what is the right way? It is our earnest hope that through this film, we can raise the level of inquiry about the role of faith in politics, and catalyze what will be an energizing, provocative, and, yes, combustible debate. Because it's a necessary debate, perhaps never more so than right now.
In the end, my faith (or yours) is irrelevant to this story. What matters is how America can express her spiritual and moral values in our political process without relying on, focusing on, or forcing those values into a straight-jacket of a particular religion or religious expression.
It matters to me because I am a patriot: because I love my country, and the ideals it represents.
I believe in the ability of the Constitution of the United States to serve as a guide to the American people in exercising their moral prerogatives and obligations in governing themselves.
ARTICLE VI is where I take a stand to defend it, and how I choose to serve my country.
I invite you to join me.