The greatest missionary in the early church and its foremost epistle writer originally wanted to stamp out the Jesus movement. His Damascus Road experience led to a complete turnaround, multiple journeys around the Mediterranean, and a life of untold persecution and hardship. Directed by Emmy Award-winning Roger Young. 145 minutes.
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Paul the Apostle
Useful Outreach resource
It's my fourth time ordering this movie for my family, because every time I invite friends over the house to watch this movie...they end up requesting to watch this life-changing movie. Before you know it, the movie does not return back to me. Anyway, the Apostle Paul movie is a useful resource for outreach purposes. It's a worthy buy. My husband and I enjoy this movie very much.
November 24, 2013
It was not Scriptural. There were people in the movie that are not found in the book of Acts, Reuben and his fiancee. Why was it necessary to include people in the movie that are not found in Scripture? They were very distracting if you are wanting to share the life of Paul with someone. It was extremely disappointing.
March 13, 2013
Story of Paul brought to life.
The story of Saul transformation to Paul as a Christian. The writers of the movie did an excellent job. It stayed to the Bible and a few things added. This wonderful story came to life as we see the life of Missionary Paul. The movie held my attention and I was on edge of what would come next.
February 16, 2013
I have viewed this movie several times. As far as I can tell it is doctrinally sound and provides very good insight into the era and atmosphere of that time as well as presenting the lesson of faith, waiting upon God and trusting in Him.
February 28, 2012