"Where will you stand?"
Grace Wesley, a high school teacher and committed Christian, is in trouble.
Whilst teaching her pupils about the history of non-violence, Grace is asked by one of her pupils if that was also something Jesus taught.
Wanting to give an honest answer, Grace quotes a passage from the Bible, saying 'pray for those who persecute you', not realising the trouble her answer is soon to land her in.
Refusing to apologise for her faith and for giving an honest answer to an honest question, Grace soon finds herself at the centre of a court case around the separation of Church and State, the expulsion of God from the classroom.
Grace isn't alone, though.
Moved by Grace's passion for what's right, young Teacher's Union lawyer Tom Endler steps in and offers to represent her. Despite not being a Christian, Tom believes that by virtue of his lack of faith he'll show Grace to be right in how she answered. That faith should not be on trial.
Facing up against them is American Civil Liberties Union, fronted by cunning prosecutor Peter Kane who is out to prove once and for all that God is, indeed, dead.