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He DID rescue the kids because what was happening to them was wrong. He does it to try to make things right. Saul (the soldier) says as much in his dialogue. He doesn't even think he can be forgiven. His brother also tells him that he should help the others, but not because it will somehow atone for his sins, but because it is simply the right thing to do.

Saul doesn't actually see Jesus until AFTER he has freed the kids and is halfway through helping them escape. The whole point of the Christian aspect of the film is that good deeds, while a great thing to do, do NOT save you, Jesus does.

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