Jewish businessman Judah Ben-Hur and Roman Tribune Messala were childhood friends. But when Messala returns as Commaning officer of the Roman forces in Judea, their friendship comes to an abrupt end when he asks Ben-Hur to inform on his countrymen.
One of the greatest, if not the greatest movies ever made, it has everything from gooey love stories to sea battles and an epic chariot race. While the film isn’t necessarily about Christ, it does feature events of the Bible, such as the birth of Jesus, and his crucificition, as well as references to Ponteus Pilat being appointed as Governer of Judea.
Best watched on a Sunday afternoon following the Sunday feed.
If you haven’t seen this, then you must.