Previously on The Bible: It Doesn’t Even Sound Right

I didn’t actually watch the whole program on The History Channel, as my penchant for televised versions of Biblical accounts kind of waned once I learned that Cecile B. DeMille’s “The Ten Commandments” was not a literal depiction of what supposedly went down in Egypt some 3,500 years ago.  As I was a yeshivah boy with a short attention span, Charlton Heston was Moses to me until I was able to appreciate my studies a bit more.  What a disappointment that turned out to be.   When I finally learned of the Exodus in school, I kept seeing the film in my head as we reached each scene in the Chumash (Five Books). (Read the rest here)

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Filed under Christian Zionism, Cutting Edge News, Egypt, Israel, Judasim, Religion

2 responses to “Previously on The Bible: It Doesn’t Even Sound Right

  1. You have to admit that the Bible with a ninja-angel is almost better than the real thing, though, right?

  2. Juda Engelmayer

    Yes, as said. Entertaining. I wish that is how I learned it… 🙂
    Thank you

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