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The "Behind the Scenes" section is specifically designed for non-Christians who want to learn more about Jesus. A "Know Him" link walks readers through the steps to becoming a Christian, and a video clip of Beth Moore's "How to Become a Christian" is available for download.
LifeWay President Jimmy Draper said the film is a must-see event. "Mel Gibson has brought the death, burial and resurrection of Christ to the big screen in a biblically accurate and powerfully graphic way," he said. "The faithful depiction of the violence done to our Lord has resulted in an R rating, so while I highly recommend the film, I encourage parents to see it with their teenagers, and then decide whether to take their younger children."
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