Learn more about this movie at the official God’s Not Dead Facebook Page.
This is the story of one such young man. It was inspired by a very long list of court cases involving philosophy classes and the Christian faith. On the first day of Philosophy 150, Josh and his classmates were required to write three words on a page and sign their names, "God is dead." This, according to the professor, would dispense with weeks of needless debate and low grades for the class. Josh alone would not sign. He was charged with proving that God is alive or have his final grade reduced by thirty percent. Josh wisely persuaded the professor to allow the class to decide whether he was successful. Josh's struggles brought about by this decision and his arguments form the main thread of the movie.
There are several others who are also making a journey through this story toward or away from faith in God, a young Chinese student, a reporter, her boss, a young Muslim lady, the local Pastor, and of course, the professor himself. This is not just about creation. It also addresses some of the harder issues including suffering and death.
The acting is excellent. The music is excellent, The Newsboys perform two full songs in concert as well as some background vocals. Duck Dynasty fans will enjoy the forthright testimony of Willie. This is just an excellent film.
Check out the God’s Not Dead Facebook Page to find a theater near you. The movie opens March 21.
Thank you FlyBy Promotions for arranging this special on-line viewing for review purposes!
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