Powerful ‘God’s Not Dead 2’ Scene Depicts Pastors Debating Whether Courts Can Subpeona Sermons

This weekend, ‘God’s Not Dead 2‘ releases in movie theaters nationwide. The film takes on the topic of religious liberties as a teacher (Melissa Joan Hart) is involved in a court battle over mentioning Jesus in her classroom.

In this powerful scene, a group of pastors discuss whether or not the government would be allowed to require pastors to submit copies of their sermon manuscripts for review.

Would you submit your sermons for review by the government?

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Andrew Hess
Andrew Hess is the director of content at the White Horse Inn and editor of corechristianity.com. He formerly served as the editor of churchleaders.com. His writing has been featured on The Gospel Coalition and Focus on the Family. He lives in San Diego with his wife Jen and they recently welcomed their first child. Connect with Andrew on Twitter @AndrewWHess.