Son of God (2014)

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Son of God: Directed by Christopher Spencer. With Diogo Morgado, Greg Hicks, Adrian Schiller, Darwin Shaw. The life story of Jesus is told from his humble birth through his teachings, crucifixion and ultimate resurrection.

“Son of God is a beautiful movie, and a fabulous way to spend a rainy afternoon! The illustrative messages in Mark Burnettu0026#39;s artfully done movie are many. Yes, it educates us on the beginnings of Christianity and shows us what faith in God can look like, but it also provides a scaffold for human beings wanting to lead a purposeful life and calls on us to love and help each other.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eForgiveness, sharing, turning the other cheek, are some of lifeu0026#39;s lessons that we may tend to u0026#39;forgetu0026#39; about as we go along our busy, hectic, and sometimes difficult lives. The feeling that I can do better swept over me throughout this film.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eToday, as Christians live in danger all around the world–in the Middle East, Turkey, Indonesia, Africa, London, Spain, the U.S. (Twin Towers, Pentagon, Pennsylvania field), and other countries, it strikes me that this is also a brave Hollywood movie. Brave because itu0026#39;s an American made, Christian movie put forth when references of u0026#39;Godu0026#39; are actually disappearing from American way of life–the familyu0026#39;s plaque at Purdue University, the u0026#39;prayersu0026#39; at Arlington, our Presidentu0026#39;s version of the Gettysburg Address (to name a few). So, if you ask me, Mark Burnett and Roma Downey actually put together a beautiful, brave, Christian movie and Iu0026#39;d like to thank all who helped!”


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