Movie Review: God's not dead

The question of Religion anywhere in the world comes with the idea of a supernatural being. However, my intellectual exposure to Philosophical analysis made my theological view grow from being an Atheist to a henotheist, and to a polytheist, until i realised that the issue of the existence of God is highly
unquestionable. I have no doubt again, God exists, we may have not been able to prove it empirically or cognitively but time will tell (probably the rapture and jundgement day as the Holy Bible Book puts it).
So as I watched the Movie, "God's not dead", I discovered many salient identities tied around the existence of God and what we think or are made to believe.

  The Movie however strengthens faith and answers questions as to how true christians stood up for their faith in tough times. It also encourages christians to share their faith more.
We have the premise of a year one college evangelical student (Harper- to study Law) who unable to bring himself to denounce God and his faith in Him, has to debate an atheist professor (Sorbo) who declares God to be a pre-scientific fiction and highly imaginated. Harper wins in front of the class- a flop for his lecturer.
I remember my Philosophy lecturer say that the movie appeals to skeptics. This is a man who is a genuine christian- so I know the truth.

When I read the Rice Brooks' book titled God's Not Dead: Evidence for God in an Age of Uncertainty, I discovered that God is one phenomenon we cannot fully comprehend. Even the little we know comes from his spirit...

For it is the spirit in a man, the breath of the Almighty that giveth understanding...
Pure Flix Entertainment produced a sequel, God's Not Dead 2, with a release date of April 1, 2016.
You can find more details here.

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