Apostle Peter And The Last Supper

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In Gabriel Sabloff’s Apostle Peter and The Last Supper, Sobloff portrays a faithful and powerful biblical story of dedication, forgiveness, prayer and a message that anything is possible if we have God in our hearts. This film, stars Robert Loggia, Bruce Marchiano, and Laurence Fuller. This story is set in Rome in 670 A.D, when Christians were being persecuted for their faith. The Apostle Peter relives the time he spent with Jesus, from the inspirational Last Supper to the Garden of Gethsemane. This movie is not only about Jesus, but it also describes the personalities of the apostles themselves. In the movie, Apostle Peter has been imprisoned for his believes, he is sentenced to die by crucifixion. The emperor has announced that followers of Christ should be hunted and persecuted for their beliefs. While in jail Peter tells the story of Jesus to a young guard named Martinian (Laurence Fuller) who is more interested in learning about Jesus than he lets on. Though Martinian risks everything by fraternizing with the Christian prisoner he pressures Peter to tell him of Jesus, His Message, and his journey with Jesus. One of the differences between the movie and the Bible is the fact that only the 12 disciples were present in Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount when the Bible describes the scene as being crowds gathering, “Now when Jesus saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, and he began to teach them.” (Matt 5:1). Apostle Peter and the
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