Good Christians have intensely personal relationships with Christ.
My evangelical Christian friends talk about the necessity of establishing this personal relationship, this friendship, with God’s only Son. Catholics pursue this relationship through the Church’s sacraments which are profoundly personal.
In other words, Christians see Christ a little bit differently, even though they are friends with the same Man-God. You can see the challenge filmmakers face when creating movies about the life of Christ …
This sentence from the Gospel of John is so lacking in heft: “Then Pilate took Jesus and had him scourged.” To John’s audience of his day, they got it. To modern man, we don’t.Read More
It’s odd. Inspirational films built upon the bedrock of Judeo-Christian values are box-office gold. But Hollywood won’t finance them. Why would that be? Read more about the latest box office success Hollywood refused to finance …Read More