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    the story because they help emphasize Beowulf’s heroism, leave room for imagination and simplify the story, and symbolize christian ideas and christ figures. The monsters were…

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    Christianity is one of the largest religions in the world. Christians based their faith on Jesus Christ, who is the son of God. In 2004, Mel Gibson directed The Passion of the Christ to show the public who Jesus Christ is and his story of his arrest, trial, and suffering. In today’s world of controversy, the public has different opinions when they first see The Passion of the Christ, such as too much bleeding and doubts of the true reality of what happened to the son of God. In general, critics…

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    Reflection Of Piss Christ

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    "Piss Christ" it is one of the most famous works and the most controversial one made by the artist and American photographer Andres Serrano. The full title of the work is "Immersion (Piss Christ)". It is a picture taken in 1987 in Cibachrome print 60x40 cm. The presentation is a small plastic crucifix and wood submerged in a glass of the artist 's own urine. The photography belong to a series that Serrano had made that involved several classical figurines immersed in various fluids like milk,…

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    Passion Of Christ Analysis

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    Throughout the years the “Passion of the Christ” movies have been used to tell the story about Christ’s death and resurrection. Then in 2004 Mel Gibson made his version of the movie and as I like to say brought it in to the 21st century with updated graphics, violence, and blood. The combination of images, faith, and history this film truly was like no other Passion of Christ movie ever done. The Passion of the Christ is a serious and deep piece of cinematography, it not just show us how much…

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    The film The Passion of the Christ opens in a scene in which Jesus is tempted and tormented by Satan. At first Jesus is praying in the night with some of his disciples. Then a Satanic figure appears and begins harassing Jesus. Jesus ignores him but begins sweating immensely. Satan then manifest as a snake which Jesus stomps on. Next, Judas appears with soldiers and kisses Jesus on the cheek. In response Jesus is arrested. Peter attempts to intervene, by attacking a soldier. However, Jesus tells…

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    Anne Rice’s Christ the Lord Out of Egypt: A Novel chronicles the life of seven year old Jesus. Set within the context of ancient Near Eastern culture, Rice begins her novel by depicting a scene between him and another young boy, Eleazer. After accidently claiming the boy’s life, Jesus uses his “power” to bring Eleazer back from the dead. After the turmoil settles, Joseph, Jesus’ father, leads his family out of Alexandria to embark on a journey to Jerusalem. Upon arrival in the Holy City,…

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    In 2004 Gibson released The Passion of the Christ. The movie was Mel Gibson’s portrayal of Jesus’s trial and crucifixion. The movie utilizes all four canonical gospel accounts of the Passion story, but also includes many details that are not written in any of the four gospels. For example, Satan is shown in the Garden of Gethsemane. According to many who have seen the movie, Pilate, the Roman governor in charge of the that the story is situated in, is portrayed as having no other choose then to…

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    In an article about Musicals and Hollywood’s adaptation of the musical there was a chart that had a list of the names of the main characters that were in the musical. “The main characters that were in the musical were Jesus, played by Jeff Fenholt, Judas, played by Ben Vereen, Mary Magdalene, played by Yvonne Elliman, Heriod, played by Paul Ainsley, and Pontius Pilate, played by Barry Brennan”(Hischak). One can see from this list that these actors were the original cast that had performed the…

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    The Greatest Superstar The rock opera, Jesus Christ Superstar emerged from the imagination of Andrew Webber (composer) and Tim Rice (lyricist). Later, Norman Jewison brought it to the stage. This movie is based around the last seven days of Christ being on the physical earth. It starts out from the time he arrives in Jerusalem and ends with his crucifixion. This film differs from other Jesus related films due to it being focused not only on Jesus, but the events of Holy Week ("Journal of…

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    us approach religion in our own personal way. Whether that means rejecting the entire idea of religion or following in our family’s religious footsteps, it is a personal choice that we all come to make at some point in our lives. I’ve always been very open to the idea of religion. The air of mystery that surrounded The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints was the reason I chose it as my listening post. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its followers are…

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