See For Yourself Why ‘God’s Not Dead’ — Delilah’s Reflections
No matter what religion you are, if one at all, it's hard to debate the topic of God.
Delilah explains how a recently released movie shows this matter and why it's worth watching.
Many times in my life since I've become a Christian I have found myself in the awkward situation where someone around me, who I typically don't know very well yet, makes a comment about their disbelief in God. Or they try to make a lighthearted reference about something that doesn't align with my faith in God.
I know God is alive. I have felt him, heard him, been led by him, blessed by him, healed by him, had prayers answered by him, and witnessed miracles only He could do... How could I possibly ever deny Him? Or laugh along when someone pokes fun of His existence? It may be awkward in that situation, but it sure feels right when I stand up for my belief that God is alive. And interestingly enough, most people respect my position.
Whether you believe or not, you have to see the movie that is creating a firestorm of excitement, controversy and conversation about God's existence. God's Not Dead just came out on DVD and Blu-ray! The story is about a college student whose faith is challenged when he's told he must partake in a head-to-head public debate with his philosophy professor about the existence of God. And he has to do it by presenting well-researched, intellectual arguments and evidence that God is alive - or he fails the class and hinders his lofty academic goals. Believe me; you will not go away from this film without being educated, entertained, and possibly even enlightened. Give it a chance.
In fact, write to me now if you'd like to be entered to win your own copy of the DVD God's Not Dead. Email Events@Delilah.com and I'll put your name in the hat before I draw 10 lucky winners. To learn more about the movie, visit GodsNotDeadTheMovie.com and "like" its Facebook page today.
Have a wonderful week and don't forget to tune in tonight!
How would YOU feel if you had to debate this topic? Comment below!
Rachel Specht contributed to this post