Monday, August 25, 2014
Two Full of God Movies
We are especially trying to reign in the amount of money spent on eating out, and I'm pleased to announce that this past week we did pretty well. Just one planned meal out in an entire week, and two Redbox DVD rentals over the weekend, and, well, I guess you could say I'm just a cheap date.
He talks candidly and confidently about things he saw that happened before his birth, and about a baby sister his mother lost, that he would not have known.
His experience challenges his family to face and come to terms with their doubts about the existence of Heaven.
In this thought provoking movie, a first semester college freshman meets an argumentative, atheistic professor in philosophy class, where the students are ordered to deny that God exists. Rather than disavow, in writing, the existence of God, the student is promised three 20 minute sessions, during which he must make an intelligent case for the reality of God.
I enjoyed the well researched and logical presentations he offered. In case you haven't yet seen this flick, I'm not going to reveal the surprising conclusion.
I always feel satisfied when a movie makes me think, or sparks some challenging conversation in our home. These two movies were winners on those criteria. I'd recommend both.