“An inspiring and courageous film that shows us that with our beliefs and convictions we can bring the light to an ever darkening world.” (Thechristianfilmreview.com)
Pastor Dave suffers a heavy blow of fate when not only his church burns out, but also his friend, a Pastor from Ghana, dies due to the effects of the fire. In addition, the university on whose grounds the church stands refused to rebuild it. Together with his brother, a lawyer with whom Dave has had no contact for a long time and who has renounced faith, he now tries to save his church.
The third and final part of the successful film series once again provides powerful arguments for the fact that faith in God is anything but dead – and one should always stand up for it. The main actors of some very successful Christian films are in the cast: John Corbett (All Saints), Shane Harper (God isn’t dead), Ted McGinley (What do you believe in?) and, of course, David A. R. White, who now plays the leading role here.
Cat.No.: DWP1620 (BD) / DWP1629 (DVD)
Release: 14th June 2019
Student Josh Wheaton writes in his first year of college in the course of Philosophy Professor Radisson one. This calls for its students in the very first hour to end the words ‘God is dead’ to write on a piece of paper. If they do not, they fall through. As a devout Christian Josh is in a dilemma: Should he deny his faith, to exist only for the course? Or instead seek confrontation with the professor, which could have devastating consequences for his future? Josh decides to stand up for his beliefs. Then challenge Professor Radisson him: Throughout the semester, he shall deliver in a direct debate with him sound and well-founded evidence of the existence of God. Josh takes up the challenge. But how can the existence of God prove?
A magnificent film about the basics of the Christian faith, which was a mega success in USA and made it to # 2 in the official US cinema charts. The movie also has more than 1.200 reviews at amazon US so far (4.5 Stars from 5 Stars).
“Gott ist nicht tot“ VOD release date: 30th October 2015.