Post by PrisonerOfHope on Apr 30, 2016 20:46:30 GMT -5
Well, I hadn't been to the theater in over a year, but I really enjoyed God's Not Dead and needed to get out of the house, so I went to see the sequel.
Sadly, most Christian movies are poorly written and/or directed, the acting is usually abysmal, and the story lines sappy, unbelievable, and/or doctrinaly unsound. Happily, not of these complaints applied to the movie.
The story is about a Christian school teacher who answers a question a student asks about the historical Jesus in the history class she teaches. Of course, in today's anti-Christian world, she has a choice of either apologizing for allegedly "proselytizing" or losing her job, and decides to defend herself...with the help of a newly minted, inexperienced lawyer who got the job because - as he put it - no one else would touch it and he was low man on the totem pole.
The story line was believable, and the acting very good. Some characters from the first movie made a reappearance, but even if you didn't see part one, this story stands by itself.