I did. Whereas I really enjoyed the first two, I didn't care for this one at all. It came off as having more of a social justice message than a salvation message, the storyline was very slow moving at times, and some things were just plain unrealistic.
Just a couple of examples -
If a landmark historic building was firebombed, it would be repaired and preserved, not torn down.
If someone committed arson, he wouldn't just be released from jail without a trial or punishment, especially if someone died as the result of his actions.
The fairy-tale ending was too simplistic, too unbelievable.
I saw the first God's Not Dead movie twice, wouldn't mind seeing the second one again, but this one? I'm sorry I wasted the money. (The popcorn was good, though!)