Actor Jim Caviezel’s movie “Infidel,” opening this weekend, directly challenges the presuppositions of the so-called cancel culture by taking the audience to a place where it reigns supreme: the theocratic state of Iran.
Caviezel plays Doug Rawlins, a popular Christian blogger/apologist who travels to Cairo to speak at a conference about the Abrahamic religions.
While there, he appears on a television program during which the host points out that the Islamic faith believes that Jesus Christ was a prophet.
“We love Jesus, too,” the host says.
“And that’s where I can’t let that one go. And so that’s a problem,” Caviezel told The Western Journal regarding his character.
Rawlins argues Jesus was more than a prophet but is the son of God, who provides the only way for mankind to be reconciled with its creator.
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