PolitiDude Spotlight: Robert H. Patrick’s Movie Review of “God Is Not Dead”
From the very beginning of PolitiChicks.tv, Robert H. Patrick has been one of our most ardent supporters. He was one of our first “PolitiDudes” and has shared and tweeted every one of our articles and videos. We are very appreciative to call him our friend.
Robert was born on August 22, 1947 in Washington D.C. at John’s Hopkins hospital. At 4 months of age, Robert contracted measles, which eventually led to cerebral palsy of his right side. Robert’s father worked for the United Nations in DC until his position moved the family to Boston, where Robert’s mother worked for Jordan Marsh and was Chef cash flow officer for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
Robert attended school at Samuel Mason and attended grades 4 to 8 at St. Patrick’s in Roxbury Ma. He received his high school GED at Quincy College and has worked data entry, file supervisor, general, and supply clerk for the Department of Defense, supervising 20 or more personnel.
Robert Patrick resides in Massachusetts and has one brother who is married. Following is Robert’s review of the new movie God Is Not Dead.
God Is Not Dead is a must-see for family, friends, and most important, non-believers. No one is born an atheist, agnostic, or a skeptic; these attitudes are created over time. We are brought into this world to learn and do good and help others; that is neighbor helping neighbor.
The movie was awesome in every way possible, and should make one think. Science is limited and is made by human hands; we all came from our mothers, so do not let anyone tell you that you came from science. Skepticism, agnosticism, atheism are all rejection of conscience and family and friends and you will find a majority of these types of people at colleges and universities (which is where this movie takes place).
In God Is Not Dead, a college professor who is an agnostic get’s hit by a car, makes his revelation, and accepts God back into his life.
Also in the film, the grandmother has dementia but speaks intelligently to her family in a religious style. In my own family, my father had dementia, which was extremely sad for me because he did not recognize his own family. The dementia segment in the movie is extremely brilliant.
There is another excellent segment in which at least twice a cell phone rings at a doctor’s office in which the doctor is trying to tell his patient that she has cancer. This is a reminder that while technology definitely plays an important part in our lives, it is not the center of the universe.
God Is Not Dead has to be seen and discussed. Look at your friend’s list on Facebook; you may end up with 50% less when the “truth is revealed”.
God gave us a brain; please use it to learn right from wrong.
God Is Not Dead is an A+ movie!!