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Son of God: Their Empire, His Kingdom, reviewed by Daniel Snape

Overall, Son of God is a professionally constructed and artistically crafted film that accurately portrays the life of Jesus in a way that is faithful to the Gospel accounts. Is there some artistic license? Of course, but nothing that should cause concern to those who hold to the authority of the Bible. The ultimate value of this film is the audience it has reached and will continue to reach through Blu‐Ray/DVD release. The more ways the life of Jesus and the message he brought can be shared, the better.

Reviewed by Daniel P. Snape

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Category: Living the Faith, Pneuma Review, Spring 2014

About the Author: Daniel P. Snape, D.Min (Boston University School of Theology), M.Div. (Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary), Senior Pastor of Community Congregational Church, Billerica, Massachusetts. He also works and ministers as a chaplain in the Boston area. Facebook.

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