What would you do if your instructor gave you a choice: deny God’s existence or fail the class? Would you choose your faith or your future?
As the primary issue explored in the movie God’s Not Dead, college freshman Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper) is faced with this dilemma on the first day of philosophy class from Professor Radisson (Kevin Sorbo).
With a stunning debut at the box office, God’s Not Dead trailed only Divergent and The Grand Budapest Hotel in popularity on opening weekend. Now, it’s available on DVD and Blu-ray.
With many preparing to head back to school, students and educators deserve to know their rights in public schools and on campus. While the characters in God’s Not Dead aren’t real (except for the Newsboys and the Robertsons), the story is.
View the stories of Christian students and educators across the country facing similar restrictions to their religious freedom.
And from grammar school to grad school, learn how to live out your faith on campus by visiting our God’s Not Dead resource page. Have you taken a stand for your faith on campus? Share your stories with us in the comments below!
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