An award-winning investigative journalist -- and avowed atheist -- who applies his well-honed journalistic and legal skills to disprove the newfound Christian faith of his wife... with unexpected, life-altering results.
Lee Strobel was an award-winning legal editor of The Chicago Tribune. See more »
In the film, the character of Lee Strobel clearly writes the book, on which this movie is based, during and right after his conversion. In real life, the book came out about seventeen years later. See more »
Great and Mighty
Written by Justin Land, Timothy Ryan Gibson, Matt Melton
Performed by Justin Land of Stonecreek Worship
Courtesy of DREAM Records See more »
Monotonous atheists with their knickers in a knot again...
The problem for most atheists with this film is not the film quality itself, but that they are judging it 99% through their rigid ideological mindset and belief system.
They believe that they shoot down theist viewpoints or beliefs with their every overuse of terms "fallacy" etc. They struggle to comprehend that someone can come to belief in God & spirituality without delusion. So they seek to condemn the film on this basis.
What they do not realize is they are using the same dogmatic, fundamentalist religious and predictable approach to criticizing this film, as they accuse the filmmakers for using in making it.
It galls them no end that someone could make a film about an Atheist becoming a Christian. Face it guys, it is not the delusion of humanity that the majority of human beings believe in a higher entity, and that films can be made about that. History has proved that the delusion is typically on the side of the small minority who ardently believe the vast majority is deluded.
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