The Story of Ruth – The Movie

On my previous post, “The Old Testament Goes Hollywood,” I mentioned the impact the movie “The Story of Ruth” had on my life. The movie motivated me to read the Bible and eventually join a Baptist church in Brazil.

“The Story of Ruth” was released in 1960, the same year I became a Christian. On Monday I will post a review of the movie with instructions on where you can watch the movie for free.

Until then, watch a short clip from “The Story of Ruth.”

See you at the movies.

NOTE: For the review of the movie, read my post The Story of Ruth – A Movie Review

Read how Hollywood deals with the Old Testament: The Old Testament Goes Hollywood

Claude Mariottini
Emeritus Professor of Old Testament
Northern Baptist Seminary

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1 Response to The Story of Ruth – The Movie

  1. Pingback: The Old Testament Goes Hollywood by Claude F. Mariottini | Crossmap Blogs

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