Just as the New Testament warns Christ's followers of impending persecution John 15:18-21, 16:1-4; Matthew 5:10-12 , so does this motion picture. The dramatic sequel from Pure Flix Entertainment concerns a high school teacher who finds herself in legal hot water merely for answering a student's question about Jesus. Operating from a central bureau in Nashville, Tenn. Then discuss the secularization of our nation with fellow followers and seek ways to cause nonbelievers to question their own concepts. That's what we're seeking, is the truth. Although its story in unrelated, this sequel resembles its predecessor in that it tells a story about Christians being persecuted by non-believers.
In this Christian drama, a school teacher is suspended after mentioning Jesus in her class room, and she is forced to stand trial in order to save her career. What price am I willing to pay for that belief?. Though religious discrimination is difficult to comprehend within the land of the free, it's happening … frequently. White, Brittany Yost, Alysoun Wolfe and Liz Travis. A major theme found in this provocative courtroom drama centers on the infringement of Christian rights outside the classroom. The film is being produced by Michael Scott, David A.
Director Harold Cronk suggests that amid the morass of societal metamorphosis passing for progress, Christians are becoming accepted targets of discrimination. But what do we do about this spiritual battle? The corruption of Jefferson's comments has been strategically used by some who not only don't believe in a Higher Power, but don't want anyone else to believe. The movie submits that as magistrates seek true definitions of right and wrong, countless statutes already on the books give evidence that amid a land rife with discontent, civil ordinances are not enough to alter the heart of man. Without His instructions, indeed without Jesus himself, laws cannot bring agreement or compatibility or equality. Opening April 1, the film features David A.
Sadly, while faith-filled people are hustling between work duties and their kids' T-ball games, a hostile takeover bent on discrediting Christian tenets continues in America's local and federal governments. That's our hope, that it's current and relevant. The first step is to be informed. Christ's teachings, when implemented, solidify documents designed to seek justice for all. It stresses that Christians need to be vigilant regarding the actions in local town hall meetings. White, Melissa Joan Hart, Ray Wise, Robin Givens, Ernie Hudson, Jesse Metcalfe and Pat Boone.
Additionally, Ted McGinley Thomas Ellsworth , Academy Award-winning actress Tatum O'Neal Barbara Solomon and Benjamin Onyango Reverend Jude are part of the cast. Law, like a house, must have a foundation. Our faith is being marginalized and our practice demonized. After all, that's what the opposing army is doing to us. . . .
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