These nights are held on the second Tuesday of the month in the Falconer Hall. We begin at 7.00pm with tea/coffee to get settled for the film which commences at 7.15pm; there is no charge for the evening event and you can bring a friend, or as many friends as you like. If you have any suggestions for a film, talk to Sandy or Marie Sneddon, December is still to be decided!
The September film is: 11th September, God’s not Dead (2014)
God’s Not Dead is a 2014 American Christian drama film directed by Harold Cronk, it was released theatrically on March 21, 2014. Written by Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman, and based on Rice Broocks’
book God’s Not Dead: Evidence for God in an Age of Uncertainty, it received mostly negative reviews, but grossed over $62 million on a $2 million budget.
The Plot: Josh Wheaton (Shane Harper), an evangelical college student, enrolls in a philosophy class taught by Professor Jeffrey Radisson (Kevin Sorbo), an atheist, who demands his students sign a declaration that “God is dead” to pass. Josh is the only student who refuses to sign. Radisson requires Josh to debate the topic with him but agrees to let the class members decide the winner. Josh’s girlfriend Kara (Cassidy Gifford) demands Josh either sign the statement “God is dead” or drop Radisson’s class, because standing up to Radisson will jeopardize their academic future. Kara breaks up with Josh for insisting on confessing his belief in God. Radisson gives Josh twenty minutes at the end of the first three lecture sessions to argue that God exists….
Come and see how Josh gets on!
COMING SOON: 9th October: War Room 13th November: Journey’s End