Item description for I, Paul (SPANISH) [VHS] by Fred J. Scollay, Raymond Tate, Alfred E. Weil, Richard Jamieson, June Favati & Domenic A. Arbusto...
Paul is in prison. Concern for the future of the churches weighs heavily upon him. He ponders how to guide his young disciple. The result is Paul's legacy to the ages in the form of his Second Epistle to Timothy. With clarity and power, the imprisoned Paul gives forth his message. This re-enacted slice of New Testament life uses Scripture itself for the entire script and captures the passion and compassion of Paul as he neared the end of his life. 26 minutes.
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Actors: Fred J. Scollay, Raymond Tate, Alfred E. Weil, Richard Jamieson, June Favati
Directors: Domenic A. Arbusto
Producers: Costa G. Leodas
Studio: Vision Video
Running Time: 31.00 minutes
Record Label Vision Video
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.36" Width: 6.42" Height: 1.09" Weight: 0.34 lbs.
Binding VHS Video
Release Date Jan 31, 1992
Publisher Vision Video
ISBN 1563640635 ISBN13 9781563640636
Availability 0 units.
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Apostle Paul in prison Oct 7, 2008
I, PAUL (1980) directed by Domenic Arbusto approx. 24 minutes
While in prison, the Apostle Paul produced writings which would later constitute nearly half of the books of the New Testament. The last of these texts is known as "2 Timothy" or the Second Epistle to Timothy. In this book Paul gives instructions on how to persist in the face of adversity and forward the cause of the Christian church. He describes many of the difficulties he has encountered and problems in the world including corruption and infidelity. It is as much a message to Timothy as it is for Christians today.
This video production simply shows Paul speaking in his cell. There are rats and dark walls and the only other humans in the video look like they are nearly dead (they don't have speaking parts). It doesn't sound like it would be very exciting, but once you have opened yourself to the atmosphere of the movie it is a very stirring depiction. Fred Scollay plays Paul very well, giving an emotional cadence to the words. This would probably be a good tool for youth groups. Not the most uplifting Bible movie, but it definitely offers a peek at what one of the most successful apostles went through.
"It is a faithful saying: For if we be dead with him, we shall also live with him: If we suffer, we shall also reign with him: if we deny him, he also will deny us: If we believe not, yet he abideth faithful: he cannot deny himself." 2 Timothy 2: 11-13