Mel Gibson’s ‘Passion’ inspires introspection

Special to The Acorn

What’s most moving about Mel Gibson’s "The Passion of the Christ" is that it plays like a metaphor for much of what’s wrong with our world. Unfortunately, it seems that humanity has learned almost nothing in 2,000 years. After all this time we still hate and fear the things we don’t understand, and we still pretend to preach the truth about questions without answers.
From the moment our earliest ancestors began pondering the meaning of life, two ...

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