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God & Country

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Available for screenings until

Feb 01, 2025

Available for screenings in

Canada, Puerto Rico, United States Minor Outlying Islands, United States of America, American Samoa

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Oscilloscope Labs

About the film

From producer Rob Reiner, God & Country examines the implications of Christian nationalism and how it distorts not only our constitutional republic but Christianity itself. Through the voices of prominent Christian leaders, constitutional scholars and journalists, the film asks the question: "What happens when a faith built on love, sacrifice and forgiveness grows political tentacles, conflating power, money and belief into hyper-nationalism?"




1h 26m




Dan Partland


Rob Reiner, Michele Reiner, Steven Okin, Jeff Okin, Georgi Goldman

Executive Producer

Michelle Goldfine, Katherine Stewart, Nayeema Raza, Bill Guttentag, Tree Adams


Stefanos Kafatos, Nico Borromeo, Aaron Mathes, Tucker Capps


Russell Moore, David French, Phil Vischer, Skye Jethani, Simone Campbell, Jemar Tisby, Rev. Dr. William Barber II, Kristin Du Mez, Rob Schenck, Doug Pagitt, Anthea Butler, Andrew Whitehead, Charlie Sykes, Katherine Stewart, Reza Azlan, Andrew Seidel, Jack Jenkins, Rob Boston

Upcoming screenings

What people are saying

"The film’s insights about the role of religion in politics feel especially well-informed because many of its commentators draw on their own personal and professional experiences with the Christian church. They’re believers, too, and they’re worried."

Nicolas Rapold

The New York Times

"Perhaps most importantly, God & Country addresses the threats the Christian nationalist movement poses to democracy, national discourse, and the health of Christianity. More than that, it helps Christian and non-Christian viewers alike understand that this movement is one they can easily stand against, and that vocal, united opposition of the kind that defined the church during the Civil Rights Movement is more important than ever. "

Abby Olcese


A film that lays out the cause, the "thinking" and secret agenda and not-so-secret financiers of this dangerous Christian Nationalist movement...a brilliantly-argued, damningly laid-out case for...democracy from its most serious internal threat ever

Roger Moore

Movie Nation

"Among the things that gives God & Country — based on the book The Power Worshippers, by Katherine Stewart — its strength is that most of its numerous interview subjects are both deeply religious Christians and politically conservative. They’re clearly disturbed by the movement’s distortion of religion and its rewriting of history."

Frank Scheck

The Hollywood Reporter

"Remember “God & Country” because sometime in the future you’ll be able to stream it. And you’ll want to, because it’s that good. And it alone will motivate you to vote. You’ll need no phone call, advertising is irrelevant. This movie alone will change hearts and minds, and isn’t that what it’s all about?"

Bob Lefsetz

The Lefsetz Letter

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