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God's Not Dead [Blu-ray]

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When an atheist Philosophy professor (Kevin Sorbo) plans to forego "dusty arguments" in his class, he insists the new students declare that "God is dead." Unable to do this, Josh (Shane Harper) is challenged to defend his faith and prove to the class that God's Not Dead. Against all odds, Josh stands up for his faith and takes on the challenge.

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    • Actors: Kevin Sorbo, Shane Harper, David A.R. White, Dean Cain
    • Directors: Harold Cronk
    • Writers: Cary Solomon, Chuck Konzelman
    • Producers: David A.R. White, Michael Scott, Russell Wolfe, Anna Zielinski, Elizabeth Travis
    • Format: Blu-ray, Subtitled
    • Language: English (Dolby Digital 5.1), Spanish (Dolby Digital 5.1)
    • Subtitles: English, Spanish
    • Region: All Regions
    • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
    • Number of discs: 2
    • Rated:
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      Parental Guidance Suggested
    • Studio: Universal Studios Home Entertainment
    • DVD Release Date: February 1, 2016
    • Run Time: 228 minutes
    • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16,333 customer reviews)
    • ASIN: B00KS6EPDE
    • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #2,621 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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    I was going to keep my silence, but cannot hold it any longer. My wife and I rented this movie and decided to watch it together after both kids were shown it at church camp and said they liked it. T-shirts were given out. This thing was really promoted. But I had a feeling about this movie. I hoped my suspicions were wrong. Many Christian films are lacking a bit in production quality or have sappy acting and dialogue, but I can overlook much of this if there is a good story, a good moral. Some films are really quite excellent. My wife and I are both Christians, but after 20 minutes we had to shut this movie off. Neither of us could take it any longer. It represents much of what is terribly wrong with politically charged Christianity today. I went ahead and read what the rest of the plot is, no surprises... its not a journey I am willing to take when so much of the plot, dialogue, and characterizations amount to lies and straw-man arguments. Jesus said the truth will set you free. This movie does not uphold the truth so much as erode away at it, or heap so much bitterness and twisting of facts as to make it wholly un-palpable. It is basically a conglomeration of Facebook-style posts or email forwards you typically see from fundamentalists that tend to demonize non-believers, college professors, Muslims, etc., while picturing Christians as innocent and terribly persecuted. It does not seek understanding, It does not help those who want to follow Jesus be more like him, or follow His teachings... instead, it really violates some basic principles of the Gospel. It seeks to indoctrinate us for an imagined war that is being waged in the minds of ultra-conservatives and fear-mongers in the political arena. It seeks to divide and tells lies, in order to get Christians angry and politically motivated. No thank you.
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    I'll preface this review by saying when I saw some of the trailers, I found the premise of the film somewhat interesting: a student challenging a professor about the existence of God. However, the problem with this film is less about its core premise and more about its nearly insufferable rhetoric which overtakes much of the story. The first sign of trouble occurs at the very beginning. In "God is not Dead", at fictional Hadleigh University, Professor Radisson (Kevin Sorbo) insists in an introductory philosophy class his students sign a statement which unequivocally states God is dead, meaning that God never existed. The idea is that he can't get on with his lectures unless the idea of God's existence or non-existence doesn't need to be debated. If a professor at a public university, and probably many private accredited universities, forced his or her students to sign a statement that God did not exist, that professor's tenure position would be in jeopardy. From the start, the premise has already been tainted with a rather ludicrous plot device. (And let's not forget that at private Evangelical universities, like Bob Jones and the like, students are taught unequivocally that not only does God exist but use religious texts in many non-religious courses.) The main plot of the film is that Josh Wheaton refuses the professors' insistence of signing the statement. So Wheaton must try to prove that science can't disprove the existence of God, which at first seems an interesting challenge. However, as we'll see, the rhetoric of Wheaton's arguments shift during the course of the film.

    The film actually has several story lines interacting at once.
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    Anything that is presented as pro-Christian is going to be a target BUT I think that before anyone takes things too personally or starts taking shots, we should remember we are talking about a movie, and everyone is entitled to their opinion. I know a lot of people have really objected to what they feel is how forced certain elements of the story are, and I just want to note that the movie was drawn upon a series of actual court cases and is like a compilation of those challenges, with a personal story added. Was the story line exaggerated? Certainly. Is this something unusual in a movie, with basically 90 minutes to tell a story or put over an idea? Did I like everything about it, or feel every scene and character portrayed my idea of how Christians should handle these issues? No, but how many movies do we sit through with general ideas we may like or agree with, but with plenty of elements we take issue with or don't fully agree with? I sit through more than enough movies that manipulate characters and exaggerate scenes, all designed to make their particular point. And some of those are movies I don't like or want to see again.That's my prerogative as it is those who feel negatively about this movie.
    What I liked was the overall idea that Christians should have a voice and use it; that we don't appreciate being portrayed as imbeciles because we don't automatically accept whatever "current scientific theory" may happen to be popular at the moment, and that we should not be force fed those ideas anymore than other people want to be force fed ours. Without going all political about it, I am in favor of using this and other mediums to express the growing concerns with and dissatisfaction with the marginalization of our beliefs.
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