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Sing through the Bible with Buck Denver and Friends! 30 songs take you from Genesis to Revelation in a musical journey featuring your favorite characters from What’s in the Bible? - The Fabulous Bentley Brothers, Clive and Ian, Sunday School Lady and more! Includes sing-along lyrics for all 30 music videos. Approx. 60 minutes.
Vendor: Capitol Christian Music Group
Publication Date: 2014
Availability: In Stock
What's in the Bible? #13: God's Kingdom Comes, DVDJellyfish Labs / 2014 / DVD$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 2 Reviews
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What's in the Bible? #11: Spreading the Good News! DVDJellyfish Labs / 2013 / DVD$9.99 Retail:5 Stars Out Of 5 4 Reviews
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slg4 Stars Out Of 5CuteDecember 30, 2014slgQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 4My three-year olds love music and watching TV so I thought this would be a possibility to teach them more about the Bible in a format they would enjoy. The creators did a good job of changing venues between puppets and the live-action Bentley Brothers to help hold kids' attention. The music is good and the subtle sense of humor underscoring the whole thing is hilarious and tasteful, in my opinion. Basically between the venues, the books of the Bible are mentioned by name and some key events of the book are described in song, with artistic license being utilized (in a very responsible way for the sake of song-writing). I say that so those who are looking for something very strictly educational and with no room for humor will not be disappointed (e.g. paraphrasing, insertions of humorous ideas like mentioning that Elisha thought Elijah was preparing for a swim when he took off his mantle to cross the river and then the Elisha puppet is shown with a rubber floatie as if he was preparing to go with his friend). Basically, this is good clean entertainment that can serve as a very cursory intro to the books of the Bible for little ones and a very basic intro to any particular lesson or concept, but is not really intended to teach any one lesson in particular or even to teach an easy way to memorize the Bible books (if that's what you were looking for). The sense of humor may also appeal to some and not others. I think it's good and would recommend it to those of like mind.