Video: Kevin Sorbo enters the ‘No Spin Zone’

“I’ve been very fortunate that many actors would love to have the career I’ve had. But do I see a kickback from it and have I heard the hatred, and the anger comes back towards me for actually having a different point of view in a city that claims tolerance. Yes, it’s definitely come back to bite me.” Kevin Sorbo

O’REILLY: “Personal Story” segment tonight. A new film called “God is not Dead” and its star Kevin Sorbo. The movie opened to a few theaters last week. It was a huge hit. Today it expands across the country. The film’s premise is summed up by this clip.


KEVIN SORBO, ACTOR: I’m Professor Radisson and this is Philosophy 150. I’d like to bypass a senseless debate altogether and jump to the conclusion, which every sophomore is already aware of, there is no God.

All that I require from each of you is that you fill on the papers I’ve just given to you with three little words, God is dead.


O’REILLY: And joining us now from Los Angeles is Mr. Sorbo. So, why should I see this flick. What am I going to get out of this.

SORBO: You know what, every movie creates controversy. And, certainly, this movie will as well. And what you’re doing is getting the scientific viewpoint from atheists, but you’re also getting the scientific viewpoint from the Christians.

And it’s like a miniature faith-based movie in a way, like Crash. Remember that movie, Crash, about 10, 12 years ago, —


SORBO: — won the Best Picture.


SORBO: It’s got five different stories in it that come together at the very end. But this story of my battle with this freshman student who wants to prove God to me and my class is obviously the anchor of the story.


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