In his latest Christian propaganda film, God’s Not Dead star Kevin Sorbo travels with Oxford professor and Christian apologist John Lennox as they discuss how anyone could believe in God in an age of science.
The film is called Against the Tide: Finding God in an Age of Science.
The Christian Post says the movie “sets out to prove scientifically the existence of God.”
The trailer isn’t very appealing. We hear Sorbo asking questions but Lennox never provides even a hint of any answers. That said, we hear sound bites from a bunch of (all white, all male) atheists, just so viewers know who’s on the other side.
And we get a shot of a banana because those are now legally required in all Christian media.
If that’s not enough, the film’s producers want you to be in danger when you go see it:
“Against the Tide” is scheduled to hit theaters nationwide for one night only through Fathom Events on Nov. 19. Despite the theatrical restrictions in the U.S. due to coronavirus restrictions, almost 600 theaters have signed up to screen the faith-based film.
It’s weird to say this, but Sorbo had a better chance of convincing people to turn to Christianity with God’s Not Dead; at least that story played with viewers’ emotions. This seems to be nothing more than a one-sided debate meant for an already Christian audience.
If someone can get you to flip from atheism to Christianity in under two hours, you probably hadn’t given the subject much thought to begin with.
(Thanks to Brian for the link)