Spielberg’s Gospel

Easter is a time of reflection and a time to think about the sacrifice Jesus paid for us. Here’s a powerful perspective of that Gospel story.

I’ve seen the Gospel presented many ways, but I always find it interesting to see it through the eyes of someone who has never heard the good news before.

You may find it surprising to find that Spielberg presented the Gospel in one of his movies– quite clearly. The movie is Spielberg’s 1997 film Amistad, and the Gospel message is presented in a scene where two slaves peek at the pictures in the Bible.

Here’s the clip on YouTube:

Here’s a link to some scripture and small group questions to dialogue about this clip further.

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