Polycarp is a new Christian film from Henline Productions. The movie recently won the Audience Choice Award and was the runner-up for Best Gospel Presentation at the Christian Worldview Film Festival.
Polycarp is a story about Anna, a slave girl who is adopted by Christians and befriended by Polycarp, the Bishop of Smyrna. Through Anna’s story, we get a view of Polycarp and early Christianity in 2nd century Smyrna.
Would you be surprised to learn that this Christian movie was written, directed and produced in Cincinnati? Jerry Henline is the Executive Producer and you can learn more about the local connections at www.polycarpmovie.com.
How would you respond if Rome ordered you to “worship Caesar or else?”
Polycarp’s response: “How can I blaspheme my God?”
Polycarp was martyred in 156 AD. He was burned alive for treason against Rome.
Evangelists and other Christians will appreciate the movie’s focus on the gospel being shared in Smyrna. Also, Polycarp’s courage in the face of intolerance is an encouragement to evangelists today.
Christian apologists will appreciate the attention given to Polycarp’s role in sharing the gospel through the distribution of scrolls to early Christian churches.
Order it online today: www.polycarpmovie.com
Consider Polycarp’s prayer: “Thank you God for choosing me to be your servant.”