Friday on "The Todd Starnes Show," Starnes spoke with Jim Caviezel, who co-stars as Luke in the film "Paul, Apostle of Christ," which opened on March 23rd. Caviezel, who is best known for his role as Jesus Christ in the Mel-Gibson directed blockbuster "The Passion Of The Christ," told Starnes why it's so important to him to make faith-based films that can reach a wider audience beyond churches because they "can turn Hollywood on its ears."

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Caviezel also told Starnes about how he was drawn to the role of Luke not just because of his relationship with Paul, but because of how Luke changed from being a secular person after hearing Paul speak, and he felt the film was a real chance to make a faith-based film that was both inspirational and "amazing."

Caviezel then shared his experience of heading into the batting cages with Major League Baseball's Kansas City Royals, who screened "Paul, Apostle of Christ" at the behest of team executive Mike Sweeney.

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