God's Not Dead: We the People (2021)

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God's Not Dead: We the People (2021). God’s Not Dead: We the People: Directed by Vance Null. With David A.R. White, William Forsythe, Isaiah Washington, Antonio Sabato Jr.. Reverend Dave defending himself and a group of Christian homeschooling families after the inspection by the local government official.

“You need to get over yourselves regarding the negative reviews this movie has, especially christian_timpani. You are just mad because not everyone is giving it mindless glowing praise like you are. People have a right not to like it. It is called having an opinion. It does not make them anti-American or anti-God. I watched this movie. It was one of the worst I have ever seen. The acting was so stiff that I didnu0026#39;t feel a single emotion from any character. This is especially true for Antonio Sabato Jr. He claims to be a veteran actor, yet he could not convey any emotion in his words and body language like the rest of the cast. The only exception is Marco Khan who plays the Muslim father regretting disowning his daughter. That is not saying much. Little research was done on homeschooling. Social workers do not get involved in homeschooling families unless suspicion of abuse has arisen. There are a number of unrealistic scenarios. One example shows Dave getting loud in court. That behavior would get anyone held in contempt and imprisoned. It is obvious he got a free pass because he was Christian. Another has a mother keeping her son home from school because of difficulty coping with his fatheru0026#39;s death. A truly concerned mother would send her child to a school counselor to get help. She did not even seem to care about his problems, only hers. Where are the non-Christian and nonreligious homeschooling families? If this is about freedom of choice to teach children, then why do they not get any focus as it would be threatened like the Christian homeschooling families were? Why did they get a free pass if they were not following regulations? The father claimed religion was removed from school. In reality, teachers are no longer allowed to push Christianity on students as it is not fair to the non-Christians and atheists. If they want to offer religious classes, then that is fine. All religions must be taught, not just Christianity. Of course, the McKinnons would be the first ones to throw a tantrum in opposition to that in real life. The moveu0026#39;s message is basically any kind of oversight is tyranny. Oversight is needed because homeschooling has been used to cover up abuse. Look at the Duggars and Turpins. Children in both families suffered from being woefully undereducated and physically, emotionally, and sexually abused. Trash like this will keep getting produced as long as Christians do not demand better.”


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