Green Book won three Oscars at this year’s Academy Awards and received high praise from moviegoers, too, with a rare A+ CinemaScore when it was released in theaters last year.
Its nomination was controversial in some circles, yet the film’s story teaches several biblical lessons about race we all should learn.
The PG-13 movie follows famous classical pianist Don Shirley, an African American who goes on a tour of the segregated Deep South in the early 1960s and hires a white Italian American, Tony “Lip” Vallelonga, to be his chauffeur and bodyguard.
Green Book won Oscars for Best Picture, Best Supporting Actor (Mahershala Ali as Shirley) and Best Screenplay.
Here are five biblical lessons about race from Green Book:
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