Constantine’s Sword, based on James Carroll’s doorstopper-size book of the same name, indicts the Catholic Church for historical abuses, but takes aim at right-wing Protestant evangelicals as well. The film is essentially divided into these two overlapping segments. In this harsh, frightening and stunning dissection of Church history in the first instance and the efforts of evangelicals to break down the wall separating Church and State, Carroll takes viewers on a cinematic tour of specific areas of Europe and the United States to punctuate his reservations about religion’s role.