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Movie Review: God’s Not Dead
September 9, 2014, 5:50 pm
Filed under: Biography

I am grateful for those who watch the movies so I don’t have to.

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I’ve heard about the movie God’s Not Dead before it hit theaters, and I refused to see it…mostly because when it was in the theater I was yellow and wondering if I was going into liver failure.

Now that it’s on DVD, I’ve seen it and have written an Amazon review (feel free to go here and give me positive votes).

Seeing that I’m doing next to no blogging these days, I’m basically double-dipping into other things I write and will toss a few things up here from time to time.  My main efforts these days are book editing and learning how to publish an e-book (and there’s a lot to do and learn).

Still, here’s my review for those that are interested:

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