These ancient stories sound remarkably contemporary. With attentive interpretive grace we can hear the message in them for today. These living words echo through the ages with a continued call to compassion, love, and justice. As they tell of our own spiritual ancestry, they call us to remember our history and God’s liberating love from captivity in an oppressive regime of tyrannical productivity. And in Jesus we see God’s own identification with those fleeing for life and safety.
Kevin Sorbo, in talking about his new film "God's Not Dead" talked to Jerry Newcombe on "Vocal Point" about Mel Gibson's film "The Passion of the Christ" and the accusations that it was anti-Semitic.