God’s Not Dead: I will be back seeing this again within the week
Dave in NY wrote his great review of the cinematic blockbuster, “God’s Not Dead,” on the Kevin Sorbo Official Facebook Page and graciously allowed me to reprint it here. Thank you, Dave!
Just a quick post to let you know the impact (that) “God’s Not Dead” had on me today…
So disappointed in the big-budget, “Noah,” but, overwhelmed with (the) low-budget, superbly written, “God’s Not Dead.” The plot lines were rewarding and inspiring, and, in one case, totally unexpected.
It accomplishes so much that I could spend hours in complete concentration running scenes over throughout my mind. I will be back seeing this again within the week. I don’t do that.
Unknown actors made it that much more powerful to me. It’s no surprise that in (a third of) the theaters than “Noah,” it’s kicking its butt. Great writing with a story-line based on principal should win every time.
Making it more interesting to me is that (Kevin Sorbo’s) role was scarily believable. I’ve been asked to give lectures at many universities, but turned them down because the majority of teachers are pompous and ultra-liberal. Scary to think they get to “shape” the minds of our children… at least for those students that are easily led over a cliff.
All I have to say now is God’s Not Dead.
(Images courtesy of “God’s Not Dead” movie)