God's Not Dead: We the People - User Reviews
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Ignoring all relevant problems of today's society and promoting white privilege. Take a look around at actual issues than trying to orchestrate oppression of white, straight, cisgender, Christian elitists who want to be oppressed so badly. It's a pathetic attempt to push for the desegregation of church and state -- sad. People who like this movie have absolutely no understanding of how government works and lack critical thinking skills. Honestly, it's embarrassing that you spent money on this production. Everybody involved in this movie has a savior complex (derogatory) and needs serious help. This movie doesn't accurately represent the true values of Christianity and, again, it's embarrassing.
Timely movie for this treacherous time!
The Truth is always be the Truth. Applause throughout the theater at several scenes in the film. While it is a Christian movie, it's less about "religion" than our rights and freedoms guaranteed by our Constitution and other Founding Documents. Every red-blooded American should see this film!
Absolutely relevant in today's political environment.
Stand firm in your beliefs and do not let anyone attempt to marginalize them.
Church's desperate attempt to save something that was always in the realm of human fantasy. Class B acting, cheesy and a bit silly, tying politics and god, essentially unveiling how much influence the church still has upon government and regulations. We know the grip is getting weaker and older. But there's no turning back to the dark ages that we are slowly leaving by abandoning all religions.