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When his pastor leaves the faith, Elijah Stephens embarks on a journey to find proof for miracles. Along the way, he meets atheists and skeptics, medical researchers and academics, and those claiming to have experienced miraculous healing.
Directed by: Elijah Stephens
Starring: Bill Johnson, Dr. Heidi Baker, Dr. Randy Clark, Shawn Bolz, Dr. Micheal Ruse, Dr. Michael Shermer, Dr. Craig Keener, Dr. Jacalyn Duffin, John Loftus, Dr. William Lane Craig, Dr. J.P. Moreland, Dr. Gary Habermas, Dr. Joshua Brown, Dr. David Zaritzky, Dr. Andre Van Mol, Dr. Candy Brown
Sam Storms, Ph.D. - Lead Pastor
Bridgeway Church, Oklahoma City, OK
In the middle of excessive showmanship, is there proof of people who have actually been healed after receiving prayer?
[In Send Proof] there are those who firmly believe that miracles do not occur and even if people regain their health this doesn’t prove there is a God. But what about those who had serious health issues but were healed following prayer?
This is a wonderful documentary which should encourage people to keep hope alive if they are facing a physical battle with their health.
This terrific and inspiring documentary will bless your entire family as it shows there is always hope for a miracle, no matter how bleak the situation.
Send Proof - Dove Review
My expectations are admittedly low for faith-based films/documentaries. Too often they are unsubtle and agenda-driven, rather than truly curious about exploration. Send Proof was a surprise (read my TGC review). The film—directed and narrated by Elijah Stephens—is a balanced look at various perspectives on Christianity’s supernatural claims, particularly the present-day occurrence of miracles. Available to purchase and stream.
This [Send Proof] is not propagandistic polemic in which the atheist character is defeated and killed off at the end (I’m looking at you, God’s Not Dead). Nor is it a simplistic shrug, as if all answers are equally viable. It asks a straightforward question (Is there proof for miracles?) and wrestles with it fairly
Send Proof - The Best Movies of 2021- Brett McCracken
I applaud Elijah Stephens. He is willing to address a very controversial topic, regardless of the outcome. We deserve the truth no matter how difficult it is to swallow.”
[Elijah] is a man who seeks the truth at any cost. The Christian church could use more leaders like him, a man whose faith cannot be shaken regardless of his past experiences. His story is the miracle at the core of this film, and I don't think he even realizes it.
Send Proof should not deter us from believing in miracles or God himself. If anything, it should be a tool we use to crush the false teachers among us who would seek to destroy the faith of any more believers.”
Hollywood Jesus - Cara Buckley
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