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Saturday, 10 March 2012

In The Category Of Best Jesus Movie The Winner Is..

Saturday, March 10, 2012
Your voices have been heard. Thousands of you voted and commented in the "Best Jesus Movie" bracket challenge, and after four competitive rounds, "Jesus Christ Superstar" has emerged the winner. Boy, were we surprised!

Several of you voiced your disappointment that "Gospel of John" (2003) was not included in this bracket challenge. Therefore, we have picked "Gospel of John" (2003) as the people's choice movie of the "Best Jesus Movie" bracket challenge.



This is what you said about "Jesus Christ Superstar":









To go back and see the previous rounds, click here.

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