According to Fox News’ quote of Donohue, apparently he notes that Verhoeven has “been working 20 years trying to sell this argument and hasn't come up with anything.” But who says a biography of someone, clearly Verhoeven has never met nor personally knows, has to be nonfiction? Clearly he doesn’t have a problem with writing a fictional biography. (I jest.)
Interestingly, it seems that Verhoeven claims to be a Catholic (according to the article), but makes his money causing others to break the very commandments of God, namely fornication, in his choice of movies to direct.
Is there really any wonder this man “states that Christ was not betrayed by Judas Iscariot, one of the 12 original apostles of Jesus, as the New Testament states” and “was a regular attendee of the Jesus Seminar, which was co-founded by the late religion scholar Robert W. Funk. The seminar called into question miracles and statements attributed to Jesus.”
Come on Verhoeven, simply repent (as we all should) and accept Jesus Christ (the very Son of God) as your Lord and Savior. The Spirit, through the Scriptures, will give you a much better picture of Him than your human attempt at a recreation biography of another Jesus ever will.