Inkoo Kang(Los Angeles Times): The contraction of Christianity into just another politic group feels like a dilution, a transmutation of wine into water.
Alan Scherstuhl(Village Voice): Distinguished ~ dint of. stirring photography, empathetic interviewing, and a subtle sense of who to let speak and who to cut off.
John DeFore(Hollywood Reporter): The pellicle becomes a hodgepodge that will enlighten few viewers.
Neil Genzlinger(New York Times): It's not clean what Aram Garriga thinks he is accomplishing in his simplistic "American Jesus," end he's not accomplishing a great quantity.
Sarah Boslaugh(Playback:stl): …if [Garriga's] likeness of American Christianity is not substitute, it certainly is interesting, taking Americans at the same time that well as foreigners to many places they receive probably not been before.
Avi Offer(NYC Movie Guru): A smaller preachy Religulous, but just as outrageously entertaining.
Steve Schneider(Orlando Weekly): You break the ice to find yourself wondering how this qualifies taken in the character of an actual movie, as opposed to a sheer travelogue to eccentricity. But then the hammer swings down.