They start to walk away from the cross down the hill.
We still see the crucifixion site in the background.
What about all the others?
Don’t look behind, God gave you the
gift of life. Look ahead.
But what about the people? What will
They can see you crucified. Or they’ll
see you dead. Or they can see you
any way they want.
What happens later if they see me
They’ll see any one you want them to
see. Even you. If you want.
Where are the disciples?
Oh, they were frightened and ran
You’re a liar! I’m Jesus of Nazareth.
I was never crucified. I never came
back from the dead. I’m a man like
everyone else. Why are you spreading
What are you talking about?
I’m the son of Mary and Joseph, who
preached in Galilee. James and John,
the sons of Zebedee, were my
disciples. We marched on Jerusalem,
they brought me before Pilate, but
God saved me.
Jesus’ Angel doesn’t like this conversation; he tugs violently
at his sleeve. Jesus shoves him aside. Paul takes Jesus around
a corner where they won’t be seen.
No he didn’t!
Now I live like a man. I have a
family. I eat, work, have children.
Do you understand what I’m saying?
Don’t go around the world spreading
these lies about me.
Because, I’ll tell everyone the truth.
Now it’s Paul’s turn to explode.
Look around you! Look at these people.
Do you see the suffering and
unhappiness in this world? Their
only hope is the Resurrected Jesus.
I don’t care whether you’re Jesus or
not. The Resurrected Jesus will save
the world — that’s what matters.
The world can’t be saved by lies.