God’s Not Dead is a book by Rice Broocks which is a defence of the faith. It is now also a ﬁlm, premiered on April 11 at the Coronet cinema in Notting Hill.
The film is a drama which follows a number of people whose interconnectedness becomes apparent during the film as they travel from their various standpoints to a living relationship with Jesus. The makers are hoping that the film will encourage Christians in their faith and particularly in the realm of apologetics.
One strand of the plot tackles New Atheists head on; others the pursuit of wealth, Islam, suffering and so on. There are few people who will not find that some of the situations speak to them directly.
The viewer is confronted with the big questions of life and many…
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