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preaching article Watch The Bible Miniseries Trailer

Watch The Bible Miniseries Trailer

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Jan 12, 2013
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Emmy-winning producer Mark Burnett and his wife, Touched by an Angel's Roma Downey, have produced The Bible, an epic retelling of select biblical stories from Noah to the resurrection. The highly anticipated 10-hour miniseries will air on the History Channel beginning March 3, with the last episode in the series airing on Easter Sunday.

Practical Idea: Use The Bible miniseries to launch a Bible-reading revolution in your church or community. Working with The Bible series team, Outreach has produced The Bible 30-Day Church Experience Kit along with a small group DVD study and personal guidebook so that you can help your church and community experience the Bible in a whole new way. 

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Jeff Glenn avatar
Jeff Glenn
0 days ago
It certainly looks interesting!
Lyn Hansen avatar
Lyn Hansen
0 days ago
Should be some good clips to use... anyone have any idea how accurate to the Bible it is intended to be??
Bryan Thompson avatar
Bryan Thompson
0 days ago
It purports to be very well done and true to the source material. However, it would be impossible that any production, no matter how skillfully and reverently done, would please everyone. I haven't seen it, though, so I will reserve my own judgment for later.
Keith  B avatar
Keith B
0 days ago
Why do I have the fear that this is a train wreck waiting to happen? When was the last time a made-for-tv special on the Bible was actually true to it?
Chuck Patrick avatar
Chuck Patrick
0 days ago
Amen...everyone speaking in British accents..."hollywood" glam...please God...help me to seek YOU
Rob Welborn avatar
Rob Welborn
0 days ago
Fascinating but is the miniseries going to conflict with Sunday evening Church services?

So, what did you think?

Thank you.