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Impacting Culture with the Word of God

The Bible is taking over television

"More Networks Jumping on the Biblical Bandwagon."  

So says The New York Times in reviewing this season's television offerings.

The headliner is "A.D.: The Bible Continues," the sequel to 

Roma Downey and Mark Burnett's blockbuster mini-series, "The Bible."  

While "The Bible" was shown on the History channel, "A.D." will air on NBC.  

It begins Easter Sunday, April 5, and picks up the biblical story after the crucifixion.

Meanwhile, CNN is currently airing a six-part series called "Finding Jesus: 

Faith, Fact, Forgery."  This Sunday, the UP network broadcasts "Noah's Ark," 

a film version of the biblical story.  On March 25, PBS rebroadcasts its 2008 

documentary, "The Bible's Buried Secrets."  OnMarch 27, the Smithsonian 

Channel will air "Siege of Masada," a one-hour special about the event that 

ended the first Jewish rebellion and gave Israel her motto, "Masada shall 

never fall again."

The National Geographic Channel will air "Killing Jesus" on March 29.  

CBS will then air another Downey-Burnett project called "The Dovekeepers" 

on March 31 and April 1.  Perhaps the most unusual biblical offering of the 

season is "Top 10: Bible Weather," which the Times describes as "an awkward 

mix of biblical natural disasters and recent meteorological calamity."  

The show airs this Saturday on the Weather Channel.

Successful television producers make what people want to see.  

The upcoming plethora of biblical shows illustrates Pascal's observation that 

there is a "God-shaped emptiness" in every human heart.  At the same time, 

Christians cannot trust Hollywood to do our evangelizing for us.  

We can and should use what the culture is watching as an opportunity for 

dialogue, but God has commissioned his people to share the gospel with 

all nations (Matthew 28:19-20), one person at a time.  

Helping someone follow Jesus is the greatest privilege in life. 

NBC announces sequel to 'The Bible'

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'year of the Bible'?
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Paul’s Model of Disciple Making

by Claude King

The Apostle Paul set a wonderful and powerful example for us on how to make disciples of others. He lived his life in such a way that people could see a living demonstration of the Holy Spirit's power to transform a life. Then he encouraged people to follow his example as he followed Christ's example. When the church at Thessalonica followed Paul's and Christ's example like that, they had an impact on a significant portion of the Mediterranean world. Join me in seeking to follow Paul's model as we pursue Christlikeness. See his example in 1 Corinthians 2:4-5; 1 Corinthians 4:16; 1 Corinthians 11:1; Ephesians 5:1; and 1 Thessalonians 1:6-7.


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