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04-22-2019 10:26 AM
Argent11 It started out ok but your right it did lose its way. There is a big differance between NG and History and how they approach things. History is more commentary it always has been. Where NG isn't and let's the story's
and the people speak for themselves and you decide. All they do is set the stage.

Like when they let the grennies and the climate change people talk. Then let the scientist who don't believe
in all of that crap give their opinions on it. NG never gave any opinions on the subject they never do.
Morgan Freeman never did either when he was visiting all of those regions.
04-22-2019 06:20 AM
ironglow
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Not sure which show you saw on History Channel but I am now watching "Jesus His Life" and it is nothing but opinion for which the Bible is just a foot note.
I am going to change channels as before the commercial all the theologians were making excuses for Judas, presenting a totally bogus theme of events how it happened.


They have Judas betraying Jesus BEFORE the last supper, as a poor confused man.
So often we see self centered "theologians" trying to excuse Judas or explain the crossing of the Red Sea or the various plagues which hit pharaoh and his people as some kind of weird weather phenomena, rather than accept God's word or the miracles.

They have proven themselves to be unbelievers, and I can't turn them off fast enough.
04-22-2019 12:32 AM
Bob Riebe Not sure which show you saw on History Channel but I am now watching "Jesus His Life" and it is nothing but opinion for which the Bible is just a foot note.
I am going to change channels as before the commercial all the theologians were making excuses for Judas, presenting a totally bogus theme of events how it happened.


They have Judas betraying Jesus BEFORE the last supper, as a poor confused man.
04-21-2019 11:00 PM
Argent11 History channel you have done a very good job of this. Best of the three.
04-21-2019 09:53 PM
Argent11 IG, the History channel is currently doing a very good job of this also. I highly recommend.
So is Discovery. Yes they are all I ever watch. Kudos to these three channels for remaining Biblical.
04-21-2019 04:44 PM
ironglow
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They do,most of the descipes were murdered spreading the word of Jesus.
Yes, almost all were martyred. It appears John was the only one to die of old age.

The resurrection scene ..from the Passion; less than 4 minutes:

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04-21-2019 04:27 PM
Argent11
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The history and travels of the disciples after the resurrection are a bit harder to come by, and almost all who try to follow them will, at some points have to rely on what "traditions" say.

That is understandable, and acceptable so long as they point out that they are relying upon tradition for their statement.
They do,most of the descipes were murdered spreading the word of Jesus.
04-21-2019 03:43 PM
ironglow
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The Passion was much better but this one was good also. It had a follow up history about what became of
the Disciples after Jesus ascended into Heaven. There was a lot of good information reguarding Paul.
The history and travels of the disciples after the resurrection are a bit harder to come by, and almost all who try to follow them will, at some points have to rely on what "traditions" say.

That is understandable, and acceptable so long as they point out that they are relying upon tradition for their statement.
04-21-2019 10:22 AM
Argent11
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The Passion, was a catholic version with a few "hot licks" added such as a "female satan" to go along with Mel Gibson's twisted view of Christianity.
I can see that being true. This one stuck to the Biblical facts NG aways dose. They only report they never
add any of they're own opinions in anything they are covering. As a result they are the only ones I've ever
seen who were allowed to go into some of the places they do. And come out alive.

Discovery can't even make that claim.
04-21-2019 09:53 AM
Dee
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The Passion was much better but this one was good also. It had a follow up history about what became of the Disciples after
Jesus ascended into Heaven. There was a lot of information reguarding Paul.
The Passion, was a catholic version with a few "hot licks" added such as a "female satan" to go along with Mel Gibson's twisted view of Christianity.
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