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Scorseses Christ - A Man of Divinity and Humanity For God so loved the world that he gave his one and only Son that whoever believes in him shall not perish but have eternal life John 316 Jesus Christ son of the God is the central icon of Christianity It is through the teachings and practices of Jesus Christ that we learn the values and virtues of the religion His enduring life represents forgiveness and mercy According to Kramer it is on his life and passion that all Christian views of death are based He is often called the savior and it is through his suffering that all Christians will receive eternal life in Heaven The different accounts of Jesus Christs life are given in the New Testament of the Holy Bible His life was a living testimony of Gods love and more importantly his plan In John 317 the plan of God is outlined For God did not send his Son into the world not to condemn the world but to save the world through him It was Gods plan that Jesus be born in human flesh through the divine conception of Mother Mary In accordance with this plan and according to the gospel of Luke he grows up with humankind becoming through the years a prophet teacher and healer Our salvation was to come from his suffering and death The summer of 1988 witnessed the most intense religious controversy in the history of Hollywood with the release of Martin Scorseses film The Last Temptation of Christ In Scorseses adaptation of the novel by N Kazantzakiss novel is markedly distinct from previous representations because it highlights the human aspect of Christ It is the emphasis on this human side that is the common focus of most contemporary critiques of both the film and the novel This film by choosing a fictional Christ as its protagonist and an imaginary last temptation
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