The Bible, History Channel’s thought provoking mini-series, tells the story of God and the men who loved Him. As a good book produced for the screen, The Bible helps people “see” what the Bible is all about.
The Bible mini-series first episode aired Sunday, March 3 at 7 p.m. CST. The mini-series starts after creation, highlighting the men, Noah, Abraham, and Moses, who recognized that God is both powerful and merciful. We meet angels true to the champion angels in the Bible, strong messengers who carried out the will and work of God.
As you and your family watch each of the 10 episodes of The Bible on the History Channel, you will find yourselves enthralled with the accuracy of the period, characters, and events. The mini-series offers highlights of God’s interaction with men. To understand the full story, you may engage in a family evening reading the Bible along with the series to better understand the powerful meanings of the show.
The Bible is known to contain the oldest written story, the Book of Job, dated at 1500 B.C. The writings of the Bible, beginning with the Hebrew text, have been preserved and translated into every language. The total collection of the Christian Bible, old and New Testament, was the first book ever printed.
As you watch the History channel’s mini-series, remember that this is a modern depiction of the oldest historic records on earth.