Storytelling is one of the most historic forms of basic communication. The tradition of retelling and sharing significant events continues to prove its relevance, even in our modern world of technology, evident in the constant streams of stories and updates featured in various ways, shapes and forms on social media. Combining the talents of ancient history and modern artistry to collaborate for a divine production, The Gospel of Luke brings a unique vision to timeless story.
Ancient History & Modern Artistry Collaborate for a Divine Production
Following the successes of The Gospel of John and The Gospel of Mark, the third movie in the highly acclaimed film series, The Gospel of Luke, is currently available on DVD, Digital HD, and On Demand from Lionsgate. Bringing the third book of The New Testament to life in a brilliantly depicted, word-for-word adaptation using the gospel narrative as its script. Filmed on location in the scenic countryside of Morocco, The Gospel of Luke is produced by The Lumo Project, based upon research consultations with expert theologians, historian, and archaeological scholars. The Gospel series has received the Dove Faith Friendly Seal for ages 12 and over.
The Gospel of Luke develops as an ancient biography, featuring Luke, as the narrator of historic events, interpreted in the New International Version by British actor Richard E. Grant and in the King James Version by Sir Derek Jacobi. This divine production filmed on elaborately constructed time period sets has been lauded by leading religious academic scholars for its distinguished, detailed elaboration of the Jesus story.
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