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The message of the gospel isn't a sexy one to a secular audience, and Christian movies usually drive home the "christians are good, atheists are villains" narrative with some squeaky clean characters who go through little adversity. Woodlawn is different in that it uses God as he should be- a beacon of hope to a broken world who realizes they'll never solve racial equality on their own merits. The fact that this was a true story obviously helps the authenticity of a premise that would otherwise be scoffed at.