Gerson gave spoiler alert too late
In Michael Gerson's review of "God's Not Dead" he gives the spoiler alert too late. He actually states "Consider the ending of "God's Not Dead" and proceeds.
However, five paragraphs before this you give up to much of the ending, for example the very end where the professor converts and then dies. No one wants to know the very end without a warning. Wait, you did give a spoiler alert, but you did so after a little spoiling. Maybe a possible bias may exist, and bias can be good. But let's be professional, even with people who believe in something other than what is the norm. Be well.