Is the Bible making a comeback? Hollywood blockbusters about Jesus, Noah and Moses set to release in 2014.

Just an FYI..mark your calendars

Joel C. Rosenberg's Blog

religion-comebackIs Hollywood rediscovering the greatest story ever told?

In a year in which The History Channel’s “The Bible” was the most-watched miniseries on cable TV; the Pope was Time magazine’s “Person of the Year”; Bill O’Reilly’s book, Killing Jesus, is a New York Times best-seller; and the faith of Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson is the talk of the country, perhaps it’s not surprising that major motion picture studios are preparing to release Biblical blockbusters in 2014 about Jesus, Noah, and Moses, to name just a few.

When I took my family to the movies this week, I was intrigued to see trailers for three faith-based films, each one of which was genuinely intriguing in their own way:

  • Son of God will release just before Easter and will re-tell the story of the birth, life, ministry death and resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth. [click on link to see trailer]
  • Noah is a $125 million extravaganza starring Russell…

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About Mark Labriola

I am a Christian entrepreneur writer, passionate about Jesus Christ and His Grace message. Politically straight up conservative/libertarian completely sold out to the original founding principles of America as articulated by our founding fathers. I'm a writer anxious to express my heartfelt opinions about our changing world and the spiritual/political war against our children's souls. View all posts by Mark Labriola

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