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Based on the success of the first two God’s Not Dead movies that tallied $82 million dollars at box office comes the third installment in Pure Flix’s franchise series, God’s Not Dead: A Light in the Darkness. And while the latest offering certainly has similarities to its predecessors, it functions independently as a standalone movie.
It seems cliché, but as a community of faith people are called to be a light in the darkness to those who desperately need hope. This powerful reminder is the focal point of the third installment of the God’s Not Dead movie series.