Caviezel Challenges Hollywood’s Cancel Culture in Thriller Film ‘Infidel,’ Produced by D’Souza

Caviezel Challenges Hollywood’s Cancel Culture in Thriller Film ‘Infidel,’ Produced by D’Souza


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.

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“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.

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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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