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Here’s another sneak peek of the much-anticipated new Chester Whigget’s Popsicle Stick Theater from DVD 5! Chester tells the story of David and Saul:

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Saz
Saz

Hey, Loving the Whats in the Bible series, kids are just harassing me now for the release date of DVD 6, any news yet? Also they are wondering why Buck Denver no longer says "Man of news" as they thought that was very funny.

Christi Babaz
Christi Babaz

Excellent! It's very hard to explain the Trinity to children (even some adults), however this did a very good job of doing just that.

Julie Schnell
Julie Schnell

Our family just finished watching “What’s in the Bible DVD number 5” tonight after a much anticipated wait for its release. We are BIG fans of the series, and once it was ALMOST to the end both our boys (ages 5 and 9) shouted, "We have to get #6!" As a 40+ year-old adult who has studied the bible more than an average American adult, I have enjoyed the series myself and have learned some interesting things along the way while watching this series with my boys and my husband. I have to say, however, as much as I've loved everything else about the series so far (especially the part in an earlier episode where Phil does not disregard the biological theory of evolution, but that is a topic for a different day...) I agree with Jonathan. I found the insertion of the episode's discussion of the concept of "Trinity" as quite jarring for the reason that nowhere in the Bible does it define God as "3-in-1," and it wasn't until centuries after the Bible was written that some council or dude somewhere inserted that idea and terminology into Christian dogma. I respect and appreciate Phil's response to Jonathan by explaining that "since we are teaching Christianity, we are teacing the Christian concept of the Trinity." My reaction to that statement though is that since the series' focus is on "What is in the Bible," why try to incorporate a non-Biblical, post-Biblical, human-created term in such a major way into this fantastic series? I don't think I would have shared my thought if I hadn't read Jonathan's comment/questions, so thank you, Jonathan, for raising your question, and also to Ori for your response. (And the BIGGEST Thanks of All to you Phil, and Lisa and everyone else working on this series for sharing your gifts, and time, and talents with the world in this way.) Sincerely, Julie Schnell Age 41

Ori
Ori

Jonathan, this is a very good question. The Bible isn't always clear, and different people have different interpretations. That's the reason some Jews in the first century accepted Jesus as the messiah and some didn't, to pick one example. All we can do is argue respectfully (as you and Phil have done), learn from each other, and pray that God will give us the understanding we need to follow Him.

jonathan
jonathan

Dear “What’s in the Bible company”, I just watched “What’s in the Bible DVD number 5”. I liked it except for the part that talks about the Trinity. The word Trinity is not in the Bible. In fact it’s the opposite. 1 Timothy 3:16 says God appeared in a body. He’s called the son because God is invisible and had to be born to have a human body. So He is the son of Mary and of God. Even Colossians says He is the only visible image of the invisible God (Colossians 1:15). Deuteronomy says that God is only one person. How come you said something that’s not in the Bible? Sincerely, Jonathan Shields Age 10

David Ross
David Ross

Hello WITB! I am so jazzed about the new WITB DVD (Vol. 5)! My family and I have the entire set and love them tremendously! Please tell the entire WITB/Jelly Telly team they are doing a great job! By the way, I am on a project for getting good video content onto my hospital's closed-circuit patient TV system. I would love to make WITB available to our patients and their families. We are a faith-based non-profit hospital system serving a very diverse community. Is there someone I can speak to about making this possible? Chaplain David Ross