‘Case to Abolish Christianity’ comes to Roseville
Have you considered what it would be like to live in a country without religious freedom?
Relevant Productions wants you to consider that possibility. Their play, “The Case to Abolish Christianity,” explores what happens when we live in a world were such freedoms are endangered.
“You’ll be confronted by a court and judicial process questioning the validity of the very foundations of Christianity,” according to the company’s press release. “Watch as a prosecuting attorney tears away the very fabric of faith and what it means to believe in God.”
Relevant Productions says the show will appeal to lifelong Christian believers, new followers of the faith or someone with doubts about what the Bible says about Jesus.
“The Case to Abolish Christianity” was written by playwright Steven Gregory of El Dorado Hills. Relevant Productions attempts to spread messages from the Gospel in an engaging and entertaining way, according to its website.
The show takes place at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 30 and 4 p.m. Sunday, May 1 at Clear Voice Ministries, located at 628 Royer St. in Roseville. Tickets cost $12 in advance and $15 at the door. Purchase tickets online at www.relevantproductions.com or by calling (916) 293-8100.
~ Staff report