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|Welcome to a conversation between two old friends. Welcome to a real conversation about the things that divide - and unite - all of us: our memories, our identities, our beliefs, our choices. Craig Detweiler and John Marks have known each other for twenty five years. When they roomed together as college sophomores, they were devout Christians. It was Craig's first year in the faith, John's last. After graduation, they parted ways, and when they met again years later, they never talked about what had happened. Until now. Their conversation starts as a bull session between pals and becomes a story about how people make friends, and lose them; how people change, how they grow, and how they deal with the big stuff: death, sex, the meaning of life, God. The conversation between Craig and John captures in all its intimacy and difficulty a one-on-one reckoning between two people who want to understand each other but without compromising their personal beliefs. At a time when our country is increasingly divided over questions of faith, spirituality, morality and the very meaning of life, here s a film that says welcome - to a new way of talking, a new meeting of the mind and heart. Welcome to a Purple State of Mind.|
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