Adoption: The Heart Of The Gospel Click Here To Play Attachment Posted on October 14, 2012 by Matt Porter 1 comment (Add your own) 1. Angela wrote: I must say The Gospel of John brings the Bible to new life. The actnig is superb and Henry Ian Cusick does a fantastic job of portraying Jesus Christ. The entire gospel including the Passion of Jesus is acted out so beautifully. In my opinion, the movie is the most biblically acurate portrayal of John's gospel. Furthermore, the music in the film is beautifully orchestrated by composer Jeff Danna. I have the CD soundtrack from the film and play it often. The music is very original. Also the soundtrack is moving and exciting in parts and serene and peaceful in other parts of the film. I love music and the music helps me get more out of the movie. I have read the Gospel of John in my Bible and after watching the movie, this book of the bible makes so much more sense and is so easy to understand. There is the 3-hour original word-for-word version and then there is the 2-hour highlight version. In my opinion, watching the movie will move you closer to Christ. The 2 hour highlight version is great for people who dont want to sit through the full 3 hour version. Im very much a visual person and seeing something that relates to or depicts something I have read solidifies what I have read in my mind. The Gospel of John is my favorite book of the Bible because to me, its the easiest to understand. However, seeing the movie The Gospel of John brings this book of the Bible to new life. The movie is based on the American Bible Society's Good News Bible. However, you can still follow along in any version of the Bible you might have. The movie is narrated by Christopher Plummer and he does and excellent job. I have been a Christian since 1993 and my walk and relationship with Jesus Christ is always moved to a higher level each time I view The Gospel of John . God Bless! October 29, 2012 @ 1:43 AM Add a New Comment Your Name: Your Email/URL (Optional): Your Comment: Enter the code: Comment Guidelines: No HTML is allowed. Off-topic or inappropriate comments will be edited or deleted. Thanks.