Luke’s version of the life of Christ is dramatized with actors speaking in Aramaic while a noted celebrity reads the text in the NIV–no additions to the text.
A man seeking highs in drugs becomes suicidal and is helped to learn to meditate by a caring Christian, & he in turn reaches out to a cellmate when in prison.
An imaginary story of what might happen if the sexually tempted Jesus came down from the cross and married and raised a family.
The spare N.T. depiction of Mary Magdalene is expanded upon in this film in which she becomes one of the disciples & not an ex-prostitute.
The “hidden” part of the boyhood of Jesus is imaginatively created by combing Infant Gospel miracles with stories from the Gospels of Luke & Matthew.
The story of Jesus is transferred to 20th Century Jordan in this version featuring the music of Harry Chapin and text from Clarence Jordan’s NT translation.
The Gospel of John is enacted by actors speaking Aramaic under the narrator who reads the King James text or the NIV text or Spanish in a 3rd version.
This children/family claymation film tells the story of Christ from birth to his death & resurrection through the eyes of a little girl whom he healed.
Jesus combines scenes from the 4 gospels with fictional events to explain Jesus as a nonviolent leader out to set people free from sin, and not Roman rule.
In this faith-based film a father and daughter clash over their singing, the daughter wanting to launch into the secular musical world.