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The Passion of the Christ (2004): Comparison to the Gospels
Religion and Theology
Pages 6 (1506 words)
Whether or not one believes this as fact or myth, the shift in ideological belief systems about the relationship of man to God profoundly changed the nature of the human morality system throughout the world…
Whether or not one believes this as fact or myth, the shift in ideological belief systems about the relationship of man to God profoundly changed the nature of the human morality system throughout the world. The film The Passion of Christ takes these events and places them into a biopic about those last days of his life, causing controversy over the interpretation and creating an emotional film that is at times difficult to watch. In comparing the gospels to the film, The Passion of Christ shows some adaptation, but also some authenticity in interpreting for film the last hours of the life of Christ.
The film is a chronicle of the last twelve hours of Jesus’s life on the day that he was crucified in Jerusalem. The story begins with Jesus praying in the Garden of Olives after having experienced the event of the Last Supper. With the betrayal of Judas Iscariot, Jesus is charged with having claimed to perform miracles and making declarations that He was the Son of God, He is brought before the Pharisees who confront Him for what they consider His blasphemy. Pontius Pilate is confronted so that He can be sentenced. Deferring to King Herod at first, Pilate is ultimately made responsible for the execution. ...
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