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Comments about the soundtrack for The Passion of the Christ (John Debney)

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I love Jews!
• Posted by: Anonymous
• Date: Friday, February 27, 2004, at 8:52 a.m.
• IP Address: 0-1pool48-125.nas2.columbia2.sc.us.da.qwest.net

What is all this stupidness about The Passion being against Jews? Yes, the Jews (and Romans) were the people group who killed Jesus, but if they hadn't, we would all be going to Hell... Jesus' death and resurrection provided a way for all people to go to Heaven...SO, if anything, this movie should make us grateful to the Jews, not hate them! If anyone has anything against Jews because of this movie, then they had something wrong with them to begin with. Jesus himself was a Jew. As for the soundtrack, I really like it. It is perfect for the movie. It's not the type of music I would listen to all day, because it's certainly not happy music, and it doesn't make me fell happy. It makes me think of the events of the Passion, which is what a soundtrack should do.




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