This is my first time posting on the site.
I found this article and I wanted to share it.
It’s some background on a movie called “Mary Magdalene.”
Honestly, I only skimmed through the article, but I believe the article can be summed up by this quote:
“In “Mary Magdalene,” Phoenix decided to go with his gut, licking a mudless thumb and gently rubbing the woman’s eyes.
“It freed me up, in some ways, to discover what is truthful in the moment,” he said. “That moment is not so much about a real miracle. It’s about someone who has been dismissed by society finally being seen, embraced and encouraged to join the broader community. To me, that is a miracle. There’s something profoundly beautiful about that sentiment.” “
This article is jumbled mess of genuine intentions and individual, relativistic opinions about the most important person in history.
How would you affirm using resources outside of the Bible as important to verifying the authenticity of the Bible while turning the conversation back the hope Christians place in the person of Jesus Christ?