For someone who played the lead in the greatest story of all time, Jim Caviezel seems like a pretty humble guy.
The Catholic actor, who is slated to play Jesus again in a sequel to Mel Gibson's "The Passion of the Christ," joined Glenn in the studio today to talk about what it's like to be a believer in Hollywood and how he wants to continue to give his career over to God.
"It was always God through me that would make these films great," Caviezel said. He added that his goal was always that "I don't want them to see me; I want them only to see You [God]."
Caviezel is making headlines with another biblical role; he portrays the disciple Luke in his latest film, "Paul, Apostle of Christ," which is coming to theaters this weekend.
On today's show, he talked about the contrast between the value his faith gives to his life and the emptiness of Hollywood celebrity on its own.
"People will give up everything for a red carpet," he said.