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Obviously there are some people who are rather ignorant about the words
they use and what the Passion of the Christ actually is supposed to be.
The one user who said "There is nothing passionate about this movie"
obviously did not research the meaning of the word Passion. The English
word has its roots in the Latin passio, which means, simply,
A search on "Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary" turns up:
PASSION: \Pas"sion\, v. i. To suffer pain or sorrow; to experience a passion; to be extremely agitated.
People also seem upset that this movie did not portray the times in Jesus' life when he was deep in ministry. The Passion of the Christ is a centuries old tradition. I recently visited Oberammergau, Germany and saw the site of the Passion Play that has been performed every decade since 1634. The Passion Play ONLY portrays the suffering of Christ. It is meant to bring the what Christ did for our sins to the forefront.