Jesus arrives in Jerusalem, openly declaring that he is the promised Messiah. High Priest Caiaphas fears that impassioned crowds will start a riot, so he finds a way to get to Jesus - through Judas. ...
Follows the book of ACTS. Shows the complete message of Christ and the transformation of Saul to Paul and how the high priest of Judea does not believe in what has taken place after the Crucifixion of Christ.
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What is the validity of history found in the Bible? Is it fact or fiction? What does the hard evidence really have to say about the foundational story of the Old Testament: the Exodus out ... See full summary »
I finally had a chance to watch "The Bible" and was amazed at the poorly-written, almost laughable script. While the cinematography, acting and SFX are professional and believable, the script IS NOT. If you were to take a Sunday school class of 8 to 12 year-olds and ask them to write a script for a series based on the Bible, this would be the result. I was amazed to read that the producers consulted "a wide range of pastors and academics." Really? Maybe the only way to tell such a beloved story is to be simplistic and shallow. But, since these stories have all been done many times before, I would have hoped for something a little more sophisticated. And whoever it was that said narration is the sign of a poorly-written script was absolutely right about this one.
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