By drjan1
Written October 06, 2015
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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Great conversation starter

By glgwhite
Written October 04, 2015
I really loved the message of this film. Bad things happen to good people but it's not the end of the story. There were parts of the film that were difficult to watch because of a strobe-like effect for me. Some moments the music was louder than I personally would have liked, but it didn't detract from the movie. We took our almost 12 year old and she understood what was going on. We all choked up several times. We would love to see more movies without the vulgarity and indecent behavior that is so prevalent today. Please bring us more movies that teach kids and families morals, modest behavior. I enjoy watching movies where you feeling like talking about the story or issues rather than take a shower to scrub off the filth.
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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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By rodriguezp11
Written October 10, 2015
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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Find an answer to a big question

By jimv123
Written October 13, 2015
I enjoyed the way Kirk attacks a big question, "if GOD is loving, how could HE allow bad things to happen to good people?" Go see the movie and get equipped for a question seen on our college campuses and in our daily lives. Jim V
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