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one of the worst "movies" I have seen in my life.
I thought the parts about the kid that passed away was good but it fails in its retelling of Biblical stories.
Should have been titled Unwatchable
Theodicy? Ignore the question, just preach. An absolute waste of time, unless one is simply interest in seeing Kirk Cameron demonstrate he is an ignorant, ill-informed and gullible buffoon.
It was alright.. I enjoyed it. Kirk shares a good but sad testimony and some bible history. Must see.
A great lesson on why there is a good and evil
Excellent documentary on why God lets good people suffer
Life changing story and amazing new way of thinking
Don' waste your money or time. Why would you pay Liberty University to advertise to you while you are held captive???
we spent big bucks on the tickets and saw this in the theater. it was a total letdown. Just a huge, long commercial for Liberty University. Cameron has totally done himself in on this one. His once awesome track record for delivering viable content is gone.
It was chopped up into small segments of a story which backed up his question of "why do bad things happen to good people?" and he never brought it around to a close.
It was a very poorly written and put together film. very amateurish and just a mess.
The entire group we went with said we/they will never spend time or money on another of his productions.
Provides a solid worldview on why there is suffering in the world supported by rarely heard & valid biblical truths, but could've either gone deeper or provided additional more blatant justifications.