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Facing the Giants

September 7th, 2006 | 9 min read

By Keith E. Buhler

Georgia made a movie. (Forgive me if I have trouble getting over my shock and admiration. But they really did make a really good movie.)

Now here is a film sensation you'll want to get a taste of. My dad invited me to a movie screening, which I accepted only because we were spending the evening together, not knowing what we were to see. When I found out it was a "Christian movie" I was a bit apprehensive... Joshua was my last excursion into Christians making movies, and I did not want a second coming.

By the time the writer/director of Facing the Giants introduced the film, however, I was feeling hopeful. By the time Act II hit, I was interested and engrossed in the story. By the time the credits rolled, I was deeply impressed by the purity, innocence, and authentic pathos of this film.

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