No Greater Love

Andy Naselli —  March 6, 2010 — 7 Comments

Tonight Jenni and I watched No Greater Love. We expected it to be another semi-cheesy Christian film, but it’s actually well done. It’s a surprisingly gripping story. Jenni almost never cries when watching movies, but this was different.

I learned about it in mid-January when I received this update from The Master’s Seminary. Jay Underwood, one of their graduates, co-stars in the film.

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Update: Justin Taylor recommends No Greater Love.

Update: Justin Taylor <a href=”” target=”_blank”><strong>recomends</strong></a> <em>No Greater Love</em>.

7 responses to No Greater Love

  1. How did it compare to Fireproof?

  2. Jill Hamilton March 8, 2010 at 2:02 pm

    Is this in the theaters now or for rental?

  3. Phil, the plot is more complex and realistic than Fireproof, and its tone is not as blatantly Christian. It would not serve well as a stand-alone evangelistic tool because it doesn’t include the gospel.

    Jill, the only way I know to see it is to buy the DVD (I link to above), but I could be wrong.

  4. Richard Lucas March 9, 2010 at 4:19 pm

    My local video store has it for rental. I’m sure others would too.

  5. If you can’t locate it for rental and you’d rather not purchase the DVD, you could recommend that your local public library (or church library, if you have one) add it to their collection.

  6. No Greater Love is available for purchase in most retail stores, such as Target, Walmart, and Best Buy. It is also available at all Christian Bookstores, and as Andy mentioned above, online retailers, such as

    Thanks so much!

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