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High school history teacher Grace Wesley (Melissa Joan Hart) comes under fire for answering a student’s (Hayley Orrantia) question about Jesus. When Grace refuses to apologize, the school board votes to suspend her and threatens to revoke her teaching certificate. Forced to stand trial to save her career, Grace hires young lawyer Tom Endler (Jesse Metcalfe) to defend her in court. Endler devises a powerful strategy to show the jury the historical significance of Wesley’s classroom discussion.

 

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Classroom Scene

Boardroom Hearing

Pastor’s Brunch

J. Warner Wallace In Court

Who Do You Say I Am

Runtime: 120 min

Release: 2016

Cast: Melissa Joan Hart, Jesse Metcalfe, David A.R. White

Director: Harold Cronk

Writer: Chuck Konzelman, Cary Solomon

2 thoughts to “God’s Not Dead 2

  • Sorena Marble

    Grace Wesley finds herself in a whole lot of trouble after class one day. She has to decide whether or not she will stand by her convictions or not. She finds herself in court. She has a lawyer she can count on and a pretty good jury, until the preacher gets sent to the hospital because his appendix burst. While some of the community rallies around her, some of the community is against her and even betray her.
    Then things turn a bit for her. The most intense part of the movie is when her lawyer starts questioning her. She really has to decide what she stands for, what she believes and what her relationship with Jesus means to her. She is willing to lose it all for His sake. Her unshaken faith strengthened mine. I thought about what I would do in that situation and what I was willing to sacrifice for His sake

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  • Alexis

    We have enjoyed all the God’s Not Dead movies for the themes that are presented. In this one, Grace Wesley goes to court for teaching about Jesus in the classroom. I think there are better movies to show people defending their faith, but it does show a modern, culturally relevant example of someone standing up for their faith. What is always impactful to me about the God’s Not Dead movies is the real cases that they are based off, listed in the credits. I would love to see one of those portrayed.

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