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Come What May (DVD)

Patrick Henry College and the Advent Film Group team up in a new film presenting arguments that one day could be used to overturn the 1973 Roe v. Wade decision that found a right to abortion in the U.S. Constitution.

In the movie, Caleb, a Christian student attending Patrick Henry, is caught in a moral tug-of-war as he challenges Roe v. Wade at the National Moot Court Championship. Can he win the heart of Rachel, who is arguing for pro-life? At the same time, the character's mother, a feminist attorney, argues the case at the U.S. Supreme Court, but on the opposing side. Caught in a whirlwind of moral and social discord, Caleb must determine what he really believes.

This film is appropriate for the whole family.

About Advent Film Group

Advent Film Group is an organization committed to producing exceptional Christian films by shaping and educating exceptional Christian filmmakers. In their unique training program, professionals link up with aspiring filmmakers to help them become their best. The resulting productions include timely documentaries as well as wholesome films relevant to the Christian faith such as “Come What May.”

Not only are they driven to produce great films, but they do not lose sight of their driving force – Jesus Christ: “We believe that no film, Christian or secular, can ever be truly successful without the redeeming blood of Jesus Christ who came to take away the sins of the world. He is our director, and we make all of our films for His glory alone.”

About the College

Patrick Henry College is the setting for "Come What May," the first movie from Advent Film Group. The college plays an important role in the film from the beginning, as Caleb Hogan has to convince his doubting mother that PHC is the best place for him to earn his undergraduate degree. Caleb's hope is to be a lawyer like his mother, and his research has shown PHC to be a great training ground, especially when it comes to its Moot Court (or legal debate) team.

Dr. Michael Farris, founder, chancellor and coach of the PHC championship moot court program, plays himself in the movie. The college is well represented in the crew as well, with a number of students participating in the filming.

Founded in 2000, Patrick Henry College is a legal debate powerhouse, having recently won its third national championship in five years. The college's vision is to aid in the transformation of American society by training Christian students to serve God and mankind with a passion for righteousness, justice and mercy, through careers of public service and cultural influence. The mission is to prepare Christian men and women who will lead our nation and shape our culture with timeless biblical values and fidelity to the spirit of the American founding.

Utilizing a Christian classical liberal arts curriculum PHC provides academically excellent baccalaureate-level higher education with a biblical worldview. The college is located in Purcellville, Va. Its 106-acre campus sits at the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. (comewhatmaythemovie.com)

Available: March 24, 2009

  • Publisher: Advent Film Group
  • Type: DVD
  • Product No.: 005208937
  • Length: 93 Minutes

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