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New Film about the Apostle Paul Will Star James Faulkner and Jim Caviezel

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A film about the Apostle Paul is currently in production. It will feature actor James Faulkner (known for roles in Game of Thrones and Downton Abbey) as Paul and Jim Caviezel (who played Jesus in The Passion) as Luke.

 

 

 

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I wonder if this film will be true to the Bible or will distort it like a lot of other Bible based films have.

 

Hopefully it will be true to the Bible. I know a lot of them are not. One of the worst I have seen is the movie Noah. That was a complete joke.

 

I heard Mel Gibson will be directing a sequel to the Passion of the Christ which was accurate for the most part. The sequel will be the Resurrection of the Christ with the same actor playing Jesus who plays Luke in this movie.

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I wonder if this film will be true to the Bible or will distort it like a lot of other Bible based films have.
If it's anything like Noah you'll be watching a heretical interpretation of his life.

I won't count my chickens.

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If it's anything like Noah you'll be watching a heretical interpretation of his life.

 

Can you please elaborate. I have never seen this film.

 

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I haven't seen Game of Thornes, but I head it was quite violent and bloody, an actor from such a series as that makes me think the movie will be more dramatic than bibilicaly sound.

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Can you please elaborate. I have never seen this film.

 

Thanks.

 

 

If you see Noah you'll understand. Noah was one of the worst jokes of a movie I ever seen. It was so inaccurate it is hard to describe. There are actually rock monsters called the watchers. It is just crazy.

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I haven't seen Game of Thornes, but I head it was quite violent and bloody, an actor from such a series as that makes me think the movie will be more dramatic than bibilicaly sound.

 

They got the actor who played Jesus in Passion of the Christ which was pretty accurate to hopefully balance that out and keep it accurate, at least I hope. I enjoy good accurate Biblical movies but there are not many. Even the movie Exodus, which is pretty good, was inaccurate which ruined it.

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They got the actor who played Jesus in Passion of the Christ which was pretty accurate to hopefully balance that out and keep it accurate, at least I hope. I enjoy good accurate Biblical movies but there are not many. Even the movie Exodus, which is pretty good, was inaccurate which ruined it.

 

There's another movie about Paul titled Paul of Tarsuis, it was pretty accurate, I think it was sometime in the 90s.

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There's another movie about Paul titled Paul of Tarsuis, it was pretty accurate, I think it was sometime in the 90s.

 

Nice. I'll have to look that up.

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Can you please elaborate. I have never seen this film.

 

Thanks.

 

The director of Noah was a follower of Kaballah, a Jewish cult. His tale of Noah is a twisted theology.

http://drbrianmattson.com/journal/2014/3/31/sympathy-for-the-devil

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The director of Noah was a follower of Kaballah, a Jewish cult. His tale of Noah is a twisted theology.

http://drbrianmattson.com/journal/2014/3/31/sympathy-for-the-devil

 

I had a feeling there was something up with the director of that film.

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