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In His Steps (1964)

Not Rated | | Drama | 1964 (USA)
A priest challenges the members of his congregation to not just go to church every Sunday, but to actually follow in Jesus's footsteps in their daily lives. From Charles M. Sheldon's book that launched the saying "What would Jesus Do?

Director:

Ken Anderson

Writers:

Ken Anderson, Charles Sheldon (novel)
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Cheryl Lee Morrison Cheryl Lee Morrison ... Rachel Paige
Russ Reed Russ Reed ... Pastor Maxwell
Harry Elders Harry Elders ... Ed Norman
Alma Du Bus Alma Du Bus
Walter Stocker Walter Stocker
Art Hern Art Hern
Nicki Pierce Nicki Pierce
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A priest challenges the members of his congregation to not just go to church every Sunday, but to actually follow in Jesus's footsteps in their daily lives. From Charles M. Sheldon's book that launched the saying "What would Jesus Do?

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Drama

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Not Rated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

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1964 (USA) See more »

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loosely based on the book, "In His Steps"
18 June 2009 | by emmiehawkSee all my reviews

I was disappointed with this film. The acting was stilted at best, but my real beef concerns the content.

While it loosely followed the book of the same title, it was not true to the book in several ways. Most important is that it didn't once use the phrase "What would Jesus do?". The book uses this phrase as a practical way to follow in Jesus steps. The film was just a nice story without any real practical application. It changed the impetus from following in His steps to "getting religion". I believe the book's intentions were to spur Christians on to developing a closer Spiritual walk with their Savior. The film seems to miss the point.


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