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Hijo de Dios
Hijo de Dios
El actor portugués Diogo Morgalo, que ya protagonizó la adaptación televisiva “La Biblia”
para History Channel,
vuelve a encarnar a Jesucristo en esta biografía que cuenta la historia de Jesús de Nazaret
desde su nacimiento hasta su resurrección.
Son of God
John, the last surviving disciple of Christ, is living in exile as he tells his story.
Jesus was born to a virgin, and three visiting wise men declare “Him” the future King.
33 years later, an adult Jesus Christ (Diogo Morgado)
travels to Galilee and begins recruiting followers, from James, to his brother John,
to Peter the fisherman, to Matthew the tax collector.
These men and women would become His disciples.
Through His teachings and numerous miracles, Jesus builds a huge following, who begin to call Him the Messiah.
He also draws the attention of the Pharisees, the Jewish religious leaders. The Pharisees claim Jesus is blaspheming God by forgiving sins, which is something only God can do.
Jesus responds by saying he is the Son of God.
Jesus announces to the disciples that they are to travel to Jerusalem for the upcoming Passover holiday. He enters the city on the back of a donkey and is met by a huge crowd of supporters who lay palm leaves in His path (this is celebrated today as Palm Sunday).
Caiaphas, the head of the Pharisees, is afraid his presence in the city will further agitate the people,
who are already in a near state of revolt against the oppressive Romans,
led by Pontius Pilate. Earlier, Pilate warned Caiaphas that if there is any trouble from the Jews, he will close the temple, thus cancelling Passover.
Upon entering the Temple, Jesus sees the money changers, and proceeds to turn over their tables.
This act draws cheers from the people and scorn from the Pharisees.
Later, Jesus tells a little girl that every stone of the Temple will soon fall.
The Pharisees take this as a plan to destroy the Temple, and decide that Jesus must be stopped.
Judas, one of Jesus’ disciples, approaches the Pharisees.
He also believes that Jesus is going too far and wants to help.
They give him 30 pieces of silver for his assistance.
That night (the night before Passover), Jesus tells the disciples that this will be their Last Supper, and says that one of them will betray Him.
Later, in the Garden of Gethsemane, Judas kisses Jesus’ cheek, revealing his betrayal, and Jesus is then arrested by the Pharisees for blasphemy.
The disciples then flee the garden to save themselves.
Caiaphas orders an immediate trial, even though it’s late at night and not in public, which are violations of Jewish law.
He is afraid an open trial on Passover will cause trouble and Pilate will close the temple.
Caiaphas asks Jesus if He is the Son of God, and He answers
This is all the Pharisees need to hear and they immediately find Him guilty of blasphemy.