This crisis is only heightened as the film proceeds to its climactic scene in which Rodrigues is forced to apostatize
to save five Christians from torture.
After he meets Rodrigues for the first time to convince him to apostatize
, we see that the younger man is incredulous that Ferreira could have fallen so far from his own ideal of how a Jesuit priest should be and act.
Now, add to that Martin Scorsese's "Silence," which marks the culmination of a nearly 30-year journey to adapt Japanese novelist Shusaku Endo's tale of a 17th-century Jesuit missionary faced with the dilemma of whether to apostatize
They gave him an opportunity to apostatize
and then tied him to a hedge and flogged him.
These guides planned to attack the Kingdom's scholars and apostatize
them in order to isolate the young people intellectually and influence their vision towards the scholars.
North and the South Sudan Conflict dimension changed in favor of the SPLA, by virtue, South was in favor of American because of its Christian Character, a blessing South Sudan's Government has decided to apostatize
after the independence.
Unlike Turkish sultans depicted in other Oriental plays, Solyman does not talk about the need for Isabella to convert to Islam in order to marry him and does not exert any pressure on her to apostatize
In fact, he believed that large portions of the church would apostatize
and that world conditions would only worsen before Christ's bodily return.
3) Many of the same characters and plot elements appear in both plays; for example, chaste Christian lovers whose Muslim masters lust after them, Christian and morisco renegades who abandon Spain for Algiers and become corsairs or assist corsairs in carrying out raids on their homeland; scenes of extreme Muslim cruelty toward captives and attempted escapees; and, most pertinent to this study, two young Spanish brothers who are sold at auction and pressured to apostatize
and succumb to the pedophilic lust of their captors.
Should the ruler violate the sharia or apostatize
, he was vulnerable.