Interfaith Film Series Presents: End of the Spear
|Event Type:||College Event
|Location:||EJ Brown 109
Wednesday, March 06, 2013
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM (ET)
Raterman, Elizabeth P
|Department:||Multicultural Affairs & Civic Engagement
End of the Spear is the true story of a group of Christian
missionaries in Ecuador who set out to reach the Wadani tribe (a violent
Ecuadorian tribe defined by revenge killing). When the 5 men from this group
are speared to death by Mincayani and others in the tribe (who believe all
foreigners are cannibals), the wives and children of those men move into the
Wadani tribe to teach them about God. End of the Spear is an amazing story of
Truth, Love, and Forgiveness.
There will be opportunity for discussion at the conclusion
of the film. The Interfaith Film Series
is brought to you by the Office of Multicultural Affairs, Kaleidoscope
Coalition, and the Center for Civic Engagement. Alfred State is participating
in the President's Interfaith and Community Service Campus Challenge- an initiative
that emphasizes interfaith cooperation & community service.
Each event in the
Interfaith Film Series is eligible for one Column B Incentive point for Student
Senate funded clubs & organizations.