This is a wonderfully animated series that bring the best-known and best loved Bible stories to life for the whole family. Each program details the Bible stories with the reality of the lives of the characters from Moses to David in the Old Testament to the New Testament from the life of Jesus to the disciples spread the Good News of God?s love and salvation.
|Very inaccurate. Mar 25, 2007|
|I agree with T. Rose's review. The fish turned to tiger's (evolution), God was presented as the "all seeing eye". Eve was Adam's "friend" instead of wife. The list goes on. We were very disappointed.|
|Disappointing/mediocre Feb 14, 2007|
|I agree with the above review about the several problems with this video. I just ordered all 13 dvd's of this series. We watched Jonah last night, and that was a good one. This was was disappointing. I don't understand why these bible series' can't just stick to the story as it is written in scriptures. |
1)They have to add all these imaginary things that never happen in real life.
2)In this particular video they added way too much dialog that isn't noted in the scripture, some which is questionable.
3)I totally hated how they didn't follow the scriptures consistantly in this story. They had Adam and Eve name the animals instead of Adam naming them before Eve was created. This was probably done to keep from offending people who are feminists. I hate that kind of stuff with a passion.
4) I did not care for God being an all seeing eye--which is a masonic/cult symbol.
The above review by T. Rose is a good one. If you want to read a very good review, I would point you to read his.
|Not worth the money - If truth matters to you Jun 9, 2006|
|Even though Charlton Heston gives a 3 star rating for the opening 5 minutes dialog explaining what happened in the garden. The animation was very troubling. |
1) They had fish turn into tigers.
2) They had land animals created on the 5th day instead of the 6th.
3) They had God as the "All seeing eye"
4) They had Eve being created before the naming of the animals.
5) They had the angels guarding the garden look more like little mad children rather than something to fear.
6) They had the fig leaves magically became animal skins
7) Oh yeah the big one. They have our whole purpose is to make it back to the Garden of Eden.
Each of these troubling parts is very important when trying to explain what the Bible really says. You may think I am too legalist about these items. That is fine for truth does matter to me and for my children. I over looked a lot of creative liberty in the story, but the above mentioned problems I can not over look. If you want any truth avoid this video.
|My kids love it! Jan 4, 2005|
|My 5 and 4yo daughters love this series in general. I haven't seen many other bible videos to compare this to but the story really helped bring Adam, Eve, Cain and Abel to life. It also sparked lots of questions to discuss with my children. |
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