What’s Missing From History’s Bible Miniseries? ‘Redemptive History’

Chris Rosebrough (@PirateChristian) has another podcast critical of History Channel’s miniseries “The Bible.” This episode points out the missing “redemptive history” of the Old Testament (hello? What happened to the entire sacrificial system/tabernacle/day of atonement?) and much, much more.

I noticed that had been skipped over in the first episode. Isaac’s sacrifice and the Passover should have been tied to Christ and weren’t. I wasn’t able to watch this week’s episode to see how it was handled, but thankfully others were watching.

So go listen to this so you’ll be prepared to explain to your friends who are raving over the TV show what the problems are and why they matter.

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2 Responses to What’s Missing From History’s Bible Miniseries? ‘Redemptive History’

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