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I had the dubious privilege of previewing the second installment of the God’s Not Dead franchise last night in Pearl, Mississippi, and I decided to live tweet my way through the experience. I’m including those tweets here in case you’d like to witness the experience unfolding as I experienced it myself.
My full review of the movie is here: “Persecute Me, Please: God’s Not Dead 2 and the Evangelical Lust for Victimhood.”
I would warn you that this series of tweets brings a number of spoilers, except whom am I kidding? Movies like this follow such a predictable formula that you can practically write out the dialogue before the movie even begins. At best they may throw you a single curve ball, but for the most part it follows a remarkably dependable pattern.


For real though, when they called Lee Strobel onto the witness stand, I fell into a giggle fit that made the people around me stare. The absurdity of the moment overtook me.


When he turned around for the final shot of the film, I half expected him to pump his fist and say, “Jesus, man!”

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And finally, there were plenty of things I could have relayed about the odd gentleman sitting behind me throughout the movie, but this one comment should give you a sample of the overall cut of his jib.


For the full movie review, click here.
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Neil Carter is a high school teacher, a father of four, and a skeptic living in the Bible Belt. A former church elder with a seminary education, Neil now writes mostly about the struggles of former evangelicals...