Paul, the Apostle of Christ (2018), is the epic story of Paul, the man who from a persecutor of the church has become his most powerful and important promoter. Luca, as a friend and physician, risks his life every time he ventures into Rome to visit Paul, who is held captive in the darkest cell in Nero’s prison. Before Paul is sentenced to death, Luke decides to write another book detailing the birth of what will become known as the church. But Nero is determined to escape Rome from Christians and does not shy away from executing them in the most strictly possible ways. Bound in chains, Paul’s fight is internal. He survived so many beatings, shipwrecks, hunger, cold and exposure, and yet, while waiting for a death sentence, is haunted by the shadows of its past wanderings. Two men struggle against an unshakable king and the fragility of the human spirit to leave the gospel of Christ to the world.