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Roland and Tia reveal to everyone at the prom that Hilary was the one who spray painted the offensive messages. Hilary leaves the prom upset. Dean, his boyfriend and other students of Mercy House show up at the prom and Dean learns that Mary is pregnant with his child. Pastor Skip tells Dean and the others to leave the prom but Mary defends them. Hilary drives her van into the school's big Jesus sign. Mary goes into labor, her mom shows up, says to Mary that having her as a daughter wasn't a mistake and accompanies her in the ambulance to the hospital. Mary gives birth to a baby girl.

A.J.

Continuity mistake: In the scene at the mall around Christmas, Cassandra moves her necklace to the side, under her collar. But with each shot it changes from either in front or under her collar. This happens again at the end before Cassandra, Roland, Patrick and Mary go to prom.

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Pastor Skip: Patrick, this is not a gray area.
Patrick: Dad, it's all a gray area.
Pastor Skip: THE BIBLE IS BLACK AND WHITE!

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Trivia: According to director Brian Dannelly, several fundamentalists working on the film quit. A church, a Christian rock band and the homeowner whose house was to be used for important scenes pulled out of productions because of objections over the film's unflattering content.

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Question: After seeing this film, I have questions that need answering: 1) What are the differences between Fundamentalists, Conservatives, and Evangelicals? 2) What is a "mainline" church, as this is something I often hear from Evangelicals?

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Chosen answer: No way to answer this without over simplifying or offending someone, but here goes... To characterize the three types by their one particular focus (and ignoring all other differences and similarities), Conservatives' main focus is for values/practices/whatever to stay the way that they have traditionally been. Fundamentalists want change from tradition to a stricter, more literal interpretation of the Bible. Evangelicals main focus is to be close to God to convert others to Christianity. Of course there are all sorts of combinations of all three as well. "Mainline" churches are the large, well-established, well-accepted mainstream denominations, e.g. Methodist, Presbyterian, Baptist, Episcopalian, etc. etc.

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