When a college philosophy professor mandates that his students each sign a paper stating, “God is dead,” what is a Christian freshman to do?
Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper) was warned that the Philosophy class he enrolled in would target his faith, but he has no idea just how tough it will be. Professor Radisson (Kevin Sorbo) not only wants everyone to agree that God is dead, but he also sets out to humiliate anyone in his class who dares believe in God. Josh Wheaton dares. He is unwilling to compromise his faith. Not for a higher grade. Not even to appease his girlfriend.
In spite of a coy demeanor, Josh relentlessly accepts his professor’s daunting and derisive invitation to prove to the entire class that God is not dead.
Read my full review of God's Not Dead in The Examiner. (Also appears in Assist News Service.)
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