Saul of Tarsus, a student of Jewish law, zealously persecutes early Christians. But after experiencing a blinding vision of Jesus while traveling to Damascus, where he intended to carry out... See full summary »

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Brian Nissen ...
Saul (voice)
John Runnels ...
Stephen (voice)
Gregory Snegoff ...
Caiaphas (voice) (as Greg Snow)
Tony Larimer ...
Gamaliel (voice)
Jonathan Hogan ...
Spy (voice)
Ivan Crosland ...
Jesus / Witness (voice) (as Ivan Crossland)
Jack Whitaker ...
Witness (voice)
Kim Blackett ...
Jacob (voice)
David Jensen ...
Enos (voice)
Erik Maylie ...
Jeremiah (voice)
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Samuel (voice)
Michael Bennett ...
Ananias (voice) (as Michael J. Bennett)
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Saul of Tarsus, a student of Jewish law, zealously persecutes early Christians. But after experiencing a blinding vision of Jesus while traveling to Damascus, where he intended to carry out more persecutions, Saul converts to Christianity. Changing his name to Paul, he becomes a tireless evangelist, preaching in the name of Jesus to Jews and Gentiles alike from the Near East to Rome. Saul is a student of Jewish law who is implacably opposed to the "heresy" of the Christian .He stands by as the Jewish religious court, the Sanherdrin, sentences Stephen to death by stoning for his Christian beliefs. The eager Saul even holds the coat of one of those who stones Stephen. Like the others, he doesn't see as the heavens open to Stephen, who says, "Behold, I see the heavens open, and the Son of Man standing on the right hand of God." Even the moderating influence of his teacher, Rabbi Gamaliel, has no influence on the hot-headed Saul. Saul unleashes a reign of terror against the Christians of ... Written by Nest Family Entertainment

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Followed by The Greatest Is the Least (1997) See more »

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Help Me
Music by Lex de Azevedo
Lyrics by Marwenna Haver
Performed by Paul Engemann
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