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(7190) 6.2 112 min 2017

The Case for Christ is a movie starring Erika Christensen, Faye Dunaway, and Frankie Faison. An investigative journalist and self-proclaimed atheist sets out to disprove the existence of God after his wife becomes a Christian.

Starring
Faye Dunaway, Frankie Faison, Erika Christensen, Robert Forster
Genres
Drama, Biography
Director
Jon Gunn

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Drama, Biography
Director Jon Gunn
Writer Brian Bird, Lee Strobel
Stars Faye Dunaway, Frankie Faison, Erika Christensen, Robert Forster
Country USA
Also Known As El caso de Cristo, Kristaus byla, Em Defesa de Cristo, Jésus, l'enquête, A Jézus-dosszié, Der Fall Jesus, Slucaj za Hrista, Sprawa Chrystusa
Runtime 1H 52M
Description An award-winning investigative journalist -- and avowed atheist -- who applies his well-honed journalistic and legal skills to disprove the newfound Christian faith of his wife... with unexpected, life-altering results.

Top reviews

Sunday, 21 Jun 2020 23:09

If there's anything more than half of the world would have you believe, it's that Jesus Christ was the Son of God. It's so ingrained in the news and Christian mythology, it's almost an insult to hear people admit they don't believe in this fact. In the end, however, this is a movie, and it's not about God. It's about humanity. And by humanity, I don't mean the supernatural - it's about us, the human race. The historical basis for Christianity is one of the best kept secrets of our world. It is acknowledged that the writings of the Apostle Paul were quite the anachronism in their time. However, what was that really about? Was it about establishing a universal state of society? No, he was writing about a form of Christianity that had a strong grounding in the culture of his time. It was, in fact, the foundation for the Christianity that was already well established by the Apostles. So what was the basis for it? Was it about political independence? Not at all. The Founders of the American republic were very familiar with the writings of Epictetus. One of the Founders wrote that Christianity is the basis for "a new and universal government". So if the basis of Christianity is universal, and the basis of America is its allegiance to that empire, the underlying philosophy of Christianity was quite the universal. That's why the Founding Fathers had a deep respect for the writings of Epictetus, and it's why they made sure that no one else would be allowed to take the reins. They believed that no one else should ever have the monopoly on knowledge, and they would be appalled to see anyone else dominate their new nation. That's why the Founding Fathers never thought of using Christianity as the basis for America's government. That's why they would have been embarrassed by any outsider trying to portray Christianity in such a way as to establish a powerful national religion. What happened to Christianity? We need to go back to the time of the Apostle Paul and ask him the question he was asking the people of his day: "What does it mean to be Christian?" What's the basis for Christianity? In the end, it was the belief in the supernatural. It was the belief that the world was governed by an unseen, benevolent, all-powerful force, which would ultimately protect the good of the people. I'm a Christian, and I really love that term. But that is a religion. It's not a philosophy. It's not a belief system. It's not a belief system that claims to have the absolute truth. It's a religion. And that's what I think we all should take away from this film. I hope people realize that there's no religious belief that says that the world is governed by an unseen, all-powerful force. The supernatural is just an interesting, not a basis for belief.
Tuesday, 05 May 2020 22:30

Having read the book and loved it, I was anxious to see the movie. I knew that the movie would be shot in Greece but I never had a clue of what it would be like. Having been to Greece I was worried about how it would translate to the audience. This was a nice change of pace from the Hollywood disaster movies and it was great to see the country portrayed in a good light. I have to say that I was surprised by how realistic the film was. The Bible makes it very clear that the apostles were not angels but real men and women with the same spiritual gifts that Jesus had. I was pleased to see that Christ had such a strong connection with the church in his life and the way he showed it. I was also impressed with the grace and beauty that Jesus showed in the most difficult moments of his life. The most significant revelation for me was that he had a sense of humor. He had the humor of a human, even in the very most difficult situations. He was not afraid to say "no" to any situation. He could make a plan with God and he was so happy to have a sense of humor in life. I was very impressed by this aspect of his life and how he used his emotions to do what was right. He was a very nice person and showed great wisdom and goodness in the face of the greatest of problems. My favorite parts of the movie were the parts when he was a child and when he was the head of his synagogue and he was very proud of his Jewish heritage. I have to say that I was very surprised to see that Christ never became a Jew. He was so free with his religion and had such a strong love for the world that he would not have been able to survive as a Jew if he was to have been born to a Jewish family. I was very impressed by his spiritual gift that he had and his relationship with God. He was one of the best evangelists that I have ever seen. His love for others was apparent in his actions. He did not like to be judged but did not judge anyone. He was not arrogant. He would not stoop to any level of behavior and treated everyone with respect and dignity. I felt that Christ would have been so upset if people were to say he was a Jew because he was going to hell. In the end, I was very happy that he was not a Jew and I was able to see the real person that Jesus was. This was a great movie and I would recommend it to everyone.


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