Christian Concern urges people to see ‘God’s Not Dead’ sequel
Why? Because they say that the God’s Not Great 2 storyline ‘could be taken out of the case files of Christian Concern’s Christian Legal Centre’.
The plot follows school history teacher Grace Wesley (played by Melissa Joan Hart), who comes under fire for answering a student’s question about Jesus. When Grace refuses to apologise for quoting Jesus in her classroom, the school board votes to suspend her and threatens to revoke her teaching certificate.
Forced to stand trial to save her career, Grace hires young lawyer Tom Endler (Jesse Metcalfe) to defend her in court.
To show the jury the significance of Grace Wesley’s classroom discussion:
Endler sets out to prove the historical existence of Jesus.
Christian Concern, headed by mad woman Andrea Minichiello Williams, above, says:
Just as in the original movie, God’s Not Dead 2 both entertains and teaches the audience how to respond to those who dispute Jesus’ place in history and His relevance in our lives today.
We need you to get involved, both to raise awareness of the work of Christian Concern and the Christian Legal Centre which is mirrored in the movie God’s Not Dead 2, and to raise much-needed funds for the work to continue.
In the movie, which, according to critics, uses every trick in the book to validate Christian paranoia, American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) reps are among those cast as the baddies. According to Christian movie site, Movieguide, an ACLU atheist (played by Ray Wise, above, and his hateful team of supporters:
Want to silence all Christians because he and they don’t think Jesus existed and despise Christ’s Gospel, but they and their statist, anti-theist beliefs are thoroughly rebuked.
Hop across to Rotten Tomatoes if you want to read a selection of reviews of Pure Flix Entertainment’s latest turkey.
Previews of this grisly movie begin in the UK on April 23. Christian Concern are planning to have a stand at each of the previews. In addition, ten per cent of the ticket price will be donated to the work of the Christian Legal Centre.
Hat tip: Dean Duke