As Josh, Harper has an easy likability about him, making him an appealing main character to watch. As the stubborn professor who’s testing him, Sorbo is also strong. Bravo to them both. Their committed performances are the best part of the film; its overbearing dogma isn’t. While God’s Not Dead appears to consider other viewpoints about evolution, religion, and philosophy, it fails to give any other ideas much hearing. Which would be fine if the film weren’t presenting itself as a thorough intellectual exploration of the age-long debate about the existence of God. But there isn’t much room for dissent here.
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