Sadly, many professing Christian pastors promoted Mel Gibson’s movie, ‘The Passion of the Christ,’ and thus became part of the movement bringing unbiblical “unity” among Christians and Catholics. Do you know where Mel Gibson received his inspiration for the movie? I can assure you that it was not from the pages of Scripture. Here’s an excellent article to help you learn to discern so that you will not be deceived!

Precious Catholics need to know about this, as well. Maybe then they will realize the importance of looking to the Word of God for His truth instead of to their “Church,” since Mel Gibson’s inspiration is oftentimes promoted by Catholic leaders.

Holding His Word Higher

There have been many Christian movies on the screen throughout the years. In days of old, perhaps, the most noteworthy of them was The Ten Commandments.

Before opening credits at the theaters, Director Cecil B. DeMille gave a speech, introducing the film:

Ladies and gentlemen, young and old, this may seem an unusual procedure, speaking to you before the film begins, but we have an unusual subject, the story of the birth of freedom, the story of Moses. As many of you know, the Holy Bible omits some 30 years of the life of Moses’ life, from when he was a three-month-old baby and was found in the bulrushes by Bithiah,the daughter of Pharaoh and adopted into the court of Egypt, until he learned that he was Hebrew and killed the Egyptian. To fill in those missing years, we turn to ancient historians, Philo and Josephus. Philo wrote at the…

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