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The matrix. The matrix is a sci-fi film which has a religious theme based on events which took place in the life of Jesus.

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The matrix. The matrix is a sci-fi film which has a religious theme based on events which took place in the life of Jesus. The main character is called Neo. Neon is the anagram for 'one', and neo is the chosen one. ...read more.

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After being shot in the chest neo rises from the dead. This can be compared to the life of Jesus. Jesus is the chosen one, the messiah. Peter recognizes jesus as the messiah. ...read more.

Conclusion

Another character is Chyper who represents Judas Iscariot. Judas betrays Jesus for 30 pieces of silver like chyper betrays neo because " I want to be rich". The matrix is a film which has many comparisons with the gospel stories a few have been highlighted. The film is an exciting and modern way at looking at the life and mission of Jesus. ?? ?? ?? ?? Terry Connolly re essay 5/7/2007 ...read more.

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