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Must Read: Top 5 Must Watch Christian Movies Of All Time – Dewordz

The Best Christian film rating, based on the data from, includes movies, which became successful thanks to many factors. 

The main features which influenced this ranking were: 

  • Box office 
  • Influence on the audience 
  • Quality 
  • Relation to primary Biblical spiritual values 

1. “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” 

It is the case when you can hardly believe that a movie has a relation to the Christian theme. This film is a part of a series called “The Chronicles of Narnia”, which is loved by children of all ages worldwide. It depicts the story by C.S. Lewis, which is really about Jesus, although the film directors tried to reduce the Christian themes. “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” is a film which is worth seeing with your family and friends. 

2. “The Passion of Christ” 

This story depicts the last 12 hours of the life of Jesus Christ. The movie was so successful that it made $612 million around the world In 2005 it also had three Academy Award nominations. 

3. “It’s a Wonderful Life” 

It is a timeless story about George Bailey and the meaning of a wonderful life. Life is thought to be a gift from God. He knows our real purpose in life and has good plans for each of us. One should not underestimate daily actions and his own life, even when feels like completely disappointed or when his dream seems to ruin. You have made many people happy but did not pay attention to it. The story draws attention to the real calling of people in life and faith in the power of God. 

4. “The Jesus Film” 

This Christian film is said to be one of the most viewed worldwide. This screening is thought to be one of the most realistic movies about the life of Jesus of Nazareth. 

5. “Sergeant York” 

It is a bibliographical movie, which portrays the life of Alvin York, one of the most famous American soldiers awarded after World War I. The plot was completely based on a diary of a soldier, who believed that his real mission appointed by God was to serve in the army. In 2008, the Library of Congress picked up the movie as “culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant” for preservation in the United States National Film Registry. 

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