God’s Not Dead (2014)

“God’s Not Dead” is a drama film that was released in 2014. The film was directed by Harold Cronk and stars Shane Harper, Kevin Sorbo, and David A. R. White.

The film follows the story of Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper), a college freshman who enrolls in a philosophy class taught by Professor Jeffrey Radisson (Kevin Sorbo), an atheist who requires his students to sign a statement declaring “God is dead” in order to pass the class. Josh refuses to sign the statement and instead decides to defend his Christian faith in a series of debates with the professor.

As the film progresses, Josh’s debates with Professor Radisson become increasingly intense and personal, with both men making arguments based on their own beliefs and experiences. Meanwhile, other characters in the film grapple with their own faith and beliefs, including a Chinese student who becomes a Christian, and a pastor whose faith is tested when he is diagnosed with cancer.

“God’s Not Dead” is a film that has been praised by some as a powerful statement of faith and criticized by others for its heavy-handed approach and portrayal of atheists. The film received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its message of religious freedom and others criticizing its portrayal of non-believers.

Duration: 113 min.

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