“God’s Not Dead” does a marvelous job of delivering authenticity that anyone can identify with, a believable composite of the joy, sorrow, tragedy and triumph, real choices, and the sacrifices people of faith must decide while navigating through life.
You are treated to a cross section of story lines involving everyday people from different cultures weighing the big question concerning God’s existence and the problems of merging the different value systems of society. The big issues of inclusion and tolerance are well sifted together.
The story is a plethora of real cases that have been filed against America’s colleges and universities that have routinely discriminated against people of faith that were legally exercising their religious rights.
Full story: http://www.examiner.com/article/god-s-not-dead-delivers-authenticity-to-highs-and-lows-of-the-christian-walk