"God's Not Dead" Writers' New Christian Movie to Address Religious Liberty
Carrie DedrickReligious persecution, missions, Christianity around the world
- 2014 Oct 17
The writers of God's Not Dead are at work on their next Christian film. The movie Do You Believe? will again address religious liberty, this time focusing on a religious speech lawsuit.
Writers Cary Solomon and Chuck Konzelman said that they hope their new movie will open Christians’ eyes to the culture war that believers must battle today.
Do You Believe? will follow the story of an EMT who tells a dying construction worker about Jesus, resulting in a legal battle.
"This character, the way it develops is that his union backs away from him because they don't want to be faced with the financial burden of the suit if it's successful and the city backs away from him. And then he's faced with a choice of if he apologizes for having done it and promises to never ever do it again, the consequences will [go] away and he won't do that," said Konzelman.
Do You Believe? will hit theatres in spring 2015.
Publication date: October 17, 2014