By drjan1
Written December 04, 2016
I was expecting this to be about why we have Faith. Not sure now what it was about. Love Kirk, love his past works, but I'm scratching my head on this one.
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By realtormcollins
Written September 25, 2013
Great storytelling of the factual Bible, by Kirk Cameron. Questioning a God Who would allow such things as cancer and devastating loss of a child - yet showing how God is merciful and loving - if you know the Bible accurately, one can make sense of it. But you have to understand the entire story of creation and the divine power of God.
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Great Narrative and drama

By kprp9
Written July 24, 2016
The movie was not what we expected, but was good. We were expecting a movie but it was a narrative on how to answer the question of 'why bad things happen to good people and where is God in it." It ws very good and moving including the suffering and death of a son of good friends of Kirk.
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By JeriMuhich
Written July 28, 2016
Kirk makes some really interesting remarks about why bad things happen to good people, using stories from scripture and life stories to help make his points. Of course that assumes the audience believes the Bible as the inspired word of God. As a believer, I really got into his line of thinking, but if someone is a non-believer I don't think this movie would resonate with them. He shows us that good triumphs over evil and that God's message is unstoppable.
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By rodriguezp11
Written July 24, 2016
I think I was looking for more hard core answers to those hard questions. As a Christian, the answer he gave via his movie were acceptable, but as a non-believer, it is difficult to understand his point of view. As a non-believer, it is still too hard to understand that a good God would take your child away. I have three friends who lost their young sons...I have no words of comfort for them. For them, life didn't begin upon their sons death, theirs lives, as moms ended. How do I explain that a good God took their sons to begin or continue life. I would like to see another Kirk Cameron movie, but I would like to see the movie geared towards non-believers. The movie, I believe was more for adults than children. The cinematography and writing were creative and clear, but again, it was written for the believer. Over all the movie was inspirational. Thanks for your hard work.
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