God’s Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness probes the good and bad of Christians pressing their legal rights

"[C]ritics who are charging God’s Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness (GND3) with being a 'persecution complex' three-peat weren’t paying close attention this time." WORLD

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Here's the review from imdb.  3.1/10, worse than any of the "Killer Tomatoes" movies, which is saying something.

Here's another review from Alissa Wilkinson.  It makes some very good points about persecution complexes, and how our african-american brothers and sisters might well find them darkly amusing.  Evidently one of the best lines in the movie is when an african-american pastor notes that if he'd collected all the bricks that had been thrown through windows at churches he'd pastored, he could likely build a church.  

Aspiring to be a stick in the mud.