Hollywood actor James Faulkner said he hopes "Paul, Apostle of Christ" will be seen not only by Christians, but by nonbelievers who, like the Apostle Paul, may have their eyes opened to the truth of the Gospel.
"I would like if this film would be seen by a secular audience as much as it's seen by a Christian audience," Faulkner told The Christian Post in an exclusive interview. "This is a film for all mankind. This is a film ... about humanity and belief and what it is to be a good person, and that's what we want to see."
"Be more generous to your fellow human being," he added. "It's all here, it's all in this film. And, as you know, [that message] has a particular effect on the nonbeliever, who normally would revile and persecute Christians just as much as Saul did before ... he becomes Paul."
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