I watched this movie with no bad intentions, but to see it out of curiosity, but I could not stand this movie. The foundation of the movie isn't even real, teachers are allowed to cite the bible, it's completely legal as long as they're not preaching and trying to convert the students, if this was real life, Grace (the teacher who cited the bible to answer a student's question about Jesus being like Martin Luther King Jr.) would have never gotten in trouble. In reality, teachers aren't allowed to be preachers in classrooms so they won't hurt the rights of others. The first movie and this movie have the character from another culture and religion that gets slapped by their father and convert to Christianity. It's repetitive and an offensive stereotype. This movie is trying to play it off as Christians being oppressed by atheist politicians and that's not the case at all. Christian politicians make up the majority of the House and Congress. The cases that inspired the movie are frankly trash, they quickly ran them through at the end and I scanned them, and it was just homophobia, teachers promoting pro- life and Christianity, in which all of those violate the rights of others. The movie makes it seem like teachers are being crucified for being Christian, and that's not happening at all, what is happening is teachers getting reasonable consequences for hurting their students with homophobia and other things. In the end of the movie when Grace wins the case, the student says "God's not dead' as if people actually say that to Christians, I would never say that to anyone, not to a Christian, a Muslim, a Jew or anyone because that's a violation of their right to believe in whatever they want. The movie would've made more sense if it was about a religion that was actually oppressed like Muslims or other religious minorities. No one can honestly tell people that Christians are oppressed, Christians oppress people. Gays, Transexuals, Blacks, and people of other faiths have been oppressed by Christian politicians in the past and present. Atheists are presented as cold, depressed, and Christian hating people.I don't mean to offend anyone, but this is honestly propaganda, it's the only way to describe the movie. Otherwise, the acting was alright Grace and her lawyers are the only real characters that matter and have somewhat of depth, but they're borderline Mary Sue and Gary Stu characters. The other characters are all tropes and cliches, the girl who converts in the end, quiet Chinese boy, sick pastor, goth girl who's secretly religious, the one black guy so they won't seem racist, but otherwise isn't important to the plot, and the famous band cameo. Overall, this movie had potential but propaganda got in the way. Apparently a 3rd movie is hinted and I have no hopes for that movie and I sadly have to give this movie a 1/10. Christian movies always get harshly reviewed, but this deserved it, there is movies like Facing the Giants that are beautiful and Christian but don't have harmful tropes, stereotypes and generalizations. God's Not Dead 1 and 2 is everything a Christian movie should not be.