Noted Hollywood actor, Jim Caviezel, offered a passionate defense of his Christian faith as he discussed his role in the just released film “Infidel.” In it, he plays an American kidnapped by Hezbollah terrorist operatives in Egypt, then taken to a prison in Iran where he is persecuted and tortured for his Christian faith. It was written and directed by Cyrus Nowrasteh, an Iranian-born Christian convert whom the actor worked with on a prior film, “The Stoning of Soraya” in 2009 involving a Muslim woman who was stoned to death.
Caviezel explains that the film and its underlying message of staying true to faith is still very much relevant. “Relevant because we have this thing called cancel culture and if Christians don’t watch it, it will be canceling Christianity as well. A lot of our pastors, our bishops, our priests, they’re laying down. They are letting their churches be burned down (by Muslims). How do we know? Well, it’s right there in the news.”
Here’s the trailer in case you haven’t seen it: