I’m still laughing at the fact that the makers of that God’s Not Dead film, which cost $2 million dollars to make, didn’t even Google what the actual meaning of the phrase “God is dead” was. Do you think that there was just, like, one or two minor assistants who were like “hey, you know that the ‘death of God’ symbolizes the end of traditional theology as a cultural institution and the emergence of secular culture, right?” and some director was just like “shut the fuck up kid, we know what we’re doing here”