I absolutely love the Book of Luke. There is so much there to keep one learning and one of my favorite things of the Bible is that every book, including Luke, directs back to each either by direct quotes or by [sometimes vague] direct reference. I am amazingly excited about this particular film because it’s (as stated on the cover) word for word and unedited. Seems like a gutsy move by the directors but certainly an appreciated one. I look forward to watching it and will be coming back to talk about it once I do! Until then, read all about it below.
The Gospel of Luke, more than any other, fits the category of ancient biography. Luke, as “narrator” of events, sees Jesus as the “Savior” of all people, always on the side of the needy and the deprived. Narrated in the NIV by British actor Richard E. Grant and in the KJV by Sir Derek Jacobi, this epic production — featuring specially constructed sets and the authentic countryside of Morocco — has been critically acclaimed by leading religious scholars as a unique and highly authentic telling of the Jesus story.
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