|Reviews for My God's Not Dead|
| CMS521 2/3/13 . chapter 1
I'm reading Jesus freaks right now and it mazes me the supernatural courage all the martyrs get from God. I won't pretend I know what u are going through, but we have a God who does. He renews everything. May God bless u this week in all that u do. May u be a light to those who persecute u. May u have a life That glorifies God forever.
| KaylaHeart 1/21/13 . chapter 1
The detail in this is incredible. How gorgeously sad, makes me thing of the song "Like a Lion"
| JereLane 12/20/12 . chapter 1
your story made my eyes fill with tears. you're right. my God is not dead and neither is everyone's. God bless you. :)
| TuSolusSanctus 12/15/12 . chapter 1
As far as the writing goes, it's not bad. You're descriptive enough and the story isn't too quick or slow. Mostly correct grammar and spelling, only a few typos here and there.
Normally I wouldn't submit a review if that was all I wanted to say, but there is one point I'd like to make, and am therefore doing it in a review.
[ after the Atheists began to take over the world.]
When you use the term Atheist, you personalize it. If an Atheist were to read this story, he'd consider you horribly intolerant. How would you feel if you read a story in which all the errors in Christianity were blown out of proportion and exaggerated; if Christians were the evil ones.
In my opinion, I think you should change it. How about a fictional religion that hates Christianity? Or, instead of saying Atheists, just people who despise Christians. Not every Atheist hates Christians.
| May B. Dreaming 12/8/12 . chapter 1
That was absolutely beautiful. I'm sitting here almost in tears right now.
Sometimes we take for granted what we have, and how blessed we truly are. And, though people may act like it, or scoff at religon, the title of this says it all: our God is most certaintly /not/ dead.
| physics223 12/8/12 . chapter 1
I've read about stories of martyrdom such as these, and as a story it's quite a decent read. I just find it's preachy, although I understand that this is to spread your faith as a Christian. I'm no atheist, but from a literary sense it spoon-feeds the story way too much to the reader. A story should be open to interpretation and be taken as the reader wishes, but this seems to be proselytizing (no offense intended). Anyway, I think that was a decent attempt. :)