Despite this story featuring the conversion of the main character, not once was the name of Christ mentioned or what He accomplished for us. The storyline seemed to focus more on the other cop, who was a Christian pastor as well, dealing with his racial hang-ups and setting them aside in order to basically be a "nice" guy to his horrible partner.
A very disappointing Christian film. The word "grace" was mentioned repeatedly without much reference to God so therefore making this film a very bad idea for anyone who is unconverted. They could easily get the wrong idea and think that salvation is something that they can achieve by personal sacrifice and being willing to forgive, rather than understanding that salvation is a free gift from God, we do nothing to deserve it, and nothing to gain it except by repenting of our sins and throwing ourselves completely, in faith, on Christ's atonement for us.
The cop, who is also the pastor seemed, to be upset that his VERY enthusiastic congregation became rather subdued following a convicting message on forgiveness. He seemed to think that if he wasn't being cheered and clapped then he wasn't doing a very good job as a minister. The script writers don't seem to incorporate the lessons from OT prophets like Jeremiah and Isaiah, who preached against their rebellious generations, and the purpose of God sent preachers today.
All in all, the theology was so poor that I would steer non-Christians away from this film and the theology was so poor I wouldn't recommend it as encouraging for Christians. Neither I nor my husband felt spiritually uplifted by watching this film like we have done when watching films like "Fireproof" or "Courageous".