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New Oxford Notes: January-February 2014

Bringing the Gospels Back to the Big Screen

Hollywood knows there's a lucrative market for Christian movies -- as demonstrated by The Passion of the Christ, the modern-day gold standard for biblical screen portrayals -- and studios have big plans to cash in.


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