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The Bible Miniseries Mistakes In Christmas

 

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The Bible Miniseries Mistakes In Christmas

 

CTWeekly delivers the best content from ChristianityToday.com to your inbox each week. Take a look at the people in the Bible land area today. Do not be dismayed with the power of the Spirit. Jesus said Roll the stone away, instead the film had them picking stones out of the tomb to open it. :-) Further, Isaiah the prophet says there was not anything about Jesus' physical appearance that would draw men to Him, and yet here we have an unbelievably beautiful, ethereal Jesus. Rather, is it not more loving to them as well as to God, to thank them for their effort, to thank the History Channel for giving them voice, and pray that God can use all of this to the greatest benefit to all. I would be and am way more concerned with my own heart, to be too worried about what people may or may not think of Mark and Romas effort. Christian says 17 March 13, 7:27pm I will have to agree with many of the individuals posting in regards to accuracy of this series. So Saul begs for forgiveness and shows sorrow at what he has done - and David tries to bargain with God? No.

 

God's Word is incredible as it is. Instead it told the audience that God is out to get them. Im hoping to check out the same high-grade content from you later on as well. Roma you were asked yesterday on 100 Huntly street what as Christians what we could do to help get the word out about The BibleMovie, your answer was to make alot of noise. The Bible Continues that was a near-total letdown, for me. The Bible Continues': Insult and InjuryThere's something strange about the Stephen in this episode of the NBC miniseries. How much more can He use people with pure hearts and motivations to share His beautiful story, to bring about His amazing purposes. No wonder. (inaccuracies and all). Even Cecile B.

 

J. Guide us! Bess says 03 April 13, 3:53pm I liked the movie and felt the Spirit while watching. Shawn says 02 April 13, 5:12am So you agree with the idea that the ends justify the means regardless of the inaccuracies depicted in the telling of the bible on the history channel. No thanks. Please reload CAPTCHA. Movies Scorseses Silence Asks What It Really Costs to Follow JesusMartin Scorsese adapts Shusaku Endos acclaimed novel about faith, mission, and suffering. They have taken an incredibly long, complicated, convoluted and sometimes contradictory series of stories covering thousands of years and condensed and combined them into a mere ten hours of compelling, empathetic, interrelated and visually stunning vignettes, with apologies for plagiarizing your wording.

 

until he met the risen Christ on the Damascus Road. And that, ultimately, is all that matters. Bob Cornwall Thanks Tim! Colbert is, as usual, spot on! Rix Well, whether he had a six pack or a beer belly I doubt he was the emaciated figure we see on most crosses. It is a mini-series made by those of European descent so there will be many European looking people in the show. The King Dairus did not throw the Hebrew boys in the fire while Daniel watched. Now THAT would be a powerful and positive influence! Annelie says 04 April 12, 9:25am Thankfully most people realize that Jesus was NOT white. Isnt that what all we Christians want? There were also many comments about the violence. Tim's blog, Paperback Theology, is hosted at Patheos. Moody You said: It doesnt work because it cant work. d23ee43039

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