The Bible-A Week-by-Week Review

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The Bible on the History Channel has been gathering a large following of  fans, critics, and everyone in between. Join me for a weekly breakdown and discussion of each episode.  Where will we start next Friday? Now that’s a silly question! We will be starting at The Beginning. I hope you will stop by!

The Beginning – Noah, Abraham thru Jacob, Israel begins
The Exodus – Pharaoh, Moses, Red Sea and Ten Commandments
The Homeland – Joshua, Samson, Judges, David & Goliath
The Kingdom – David, Saul, Solomon
The Survival – Zedekiah, Nebuchadnezzar, Daniel, Jews return to Jerusalem
The Revolution – Roman, birth of Christ, John the Baptist, Jesus and Peter
The Mission – Pharisees, Jesus, miracles, Disciples
The Betrayal – Last supper, Judas, Peter’s Denial
The Passion – Nicodemus, Caiaphas, Pilate, Crucifixion, Resurrection
The Courage – Jesus returns, Holy Spirit comes, Disciples die, John survives death, exiled to Patmos, Revelation

 

~JBD

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Posted on March 22, 2013, in Television and tagged , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

  1. Seems like they take the Bible rather literally. I find that an odd stance given how the Son of God always taught in metaphor and parable. If they credit the Gospel of John and the Apocalypse of John to the same John, we know they’re full of malarkey.

    But then again, the faith I have in the History Channel is that they will mangle whatever they’re covering. At least the Ancient Aliens guy seems to have a sense of humor about his Centauri hair.

    At least the production values look decent.

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