More about History Channel’s version of “The Bible”

Just in case you missed Fighting for the Faith yesterday, Chris Rosebrough (aka Pirate Christian) has posted his segment, “Theological Errors of the History Channel’s miniseries The Bible Part 1,” to Youtube.

Rosebrough calls the miniseries a “Purpose-drive rewrite of the Bible.” Some of the problems? The way it doesn’t address original sin properly, it’s “change the world” theology, the portrayal of Abraham and others as vision-casting leaders and more. Be sure to listen.

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3 Responses to More about History Channel’s version of “The Bible”

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