A.D. Does Not Continue the Bible!
So as most folks know, yesterday, April 5, 2015, was what is called “Easter Sunday”. As is the tradition, in America, one television station has to air Cecil B. De Mille's famous film, “The Ten Commandments”, starring Charlton Heston. At the same time, one of our local stations (Austin, Texas) chose to air a new series called “A.D. The Bible Continues”. Broke with tradition and decided to watch the new program.
Don't want to sound disrespectful but ... that show is a joke!!!
First of all, my bad! Thought it was going to be an epic masterpiece, a one time 2 or 3 hour movie like The Ten Commandments. NOT! Turns out, it's a series. Meaning? Meaning you have tune back in, each week, for the continuing story.
So! At the end of the first episode, the last “hook line” in the script to get you to watch the show next week was: “The tomb is open and the body of the Nazarene is gone!” (May not be an exact quote.)
I'm thinking to myself: 'No way!!! This is a series???!! Have to wait another week to tune in and watch this unholy garbage??!!! This is an outrage!!!”
Seriously folks. Don't know if any of you saw this TV show but this production has got to be the most historically inaccurate, unbiblical presentation of a Bible story ever made!!
Closing out this short post with the question that is no doubt on the mind of anybody who watched the first episode of “A.D. The Bible Continues”.
- QUESTION: Who's the black guy??!! (O.o)
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