General Series/DVD Questions

Our theological frame of reference for "What's in the Bible?" could be described as "centrist Evangelical." We rely heavily on thoroughly vetted reference works like the NIV Study Bible, the ESV Study Bible and Eerdman's International Standard Bible Dictionary. We also have an extensive group of scholars who review each script. When Scripture is quoted within an episode, we use the ESV version.
Music from What's in the Bible? Volumes 1-5 is available on our SONGS! album:

This CD includes the lyrics for these songs. A release of music from Vol. 6-13 is TBD.
We love the Bentley Brothers as much as you! Unfortunately, they have become so busy with their other projects that they were unable to record new songs for our latest volumes. (Volume 8 and higher)
Volumes 1-7 are coded for closed captioning that work with most TVs, but not all. To use this feature when you play the DVDs, turn on the closed captioning through your TV. Or if watching on a computer, select closed captioning/subtitles under features and the captions should show up if your device is compatible. Volumes 8-13 have a subtitle option on the DVD menu.
You can find answers to frequently asked questions about the What's in the Bible? Church Edition here:

FAQ: Church Edition

Digital Versions of the Series

Once your order is placed, you’ll receive a separate email from What’s in the Bible? at the address you used for your order. This email will contain a link to access your download.
Yes. You can currently purchase a download What's in the Bible? by episode here: Episode Downloads

You can also purchase the Church Edition as a digital download.
What's in the Bible? Episodes are .m4v files and will play in iTunes and other media players. Church Edition video clips are .mov files and will play in almost all media players.
Yes, our digital files work on most mobile devices. However, the digital files must first be downloaded to your computer in order to work properly. Then, you'll have to sync your device. For example, when using an iPod, iPhone or iPad, you'll have to sync your device with iTunes via a USB cable. Also, you'll need to convert the digital files to work for your iPad, which is easy to do using iTunes. In iTunes, simply select that video and then at the top select "Advanced" and choose the option of "Create iPad or iPhone Version" and iTunes will automatically make a version that works on your iPad.

Group Viewing/Licensing

Yes. We ask that you purchase a site license to show one of our at-home DVDs in a group setting. We have created the Group Viewing License for each volume at a very affordable price. This license allows you to show the volume to a large group. You can purchase these licenses on our store:

Group Viewing Licenses

Parent Resources

Each DVD comes with a parent guide insert that includes several questions your family can discuss after enjoying the DVD. We also have additional family resources available here:

Activities and Family Resources
We do! You can find all of our free coloring page printables here:

Free Coloring Pages
At the moment we do not have an app available. However, our site is designed to work on most smartphones, so you can place your order or view our video clips using your smartphone's browser. Our content is also available on for subscription streaming.

Help With My Past Order

We have a 100% satisfaction guarantee on both our regular DVDs and our Church Edition. We are happy to issue full refunds for DVDs purchased from our store within 30 days of the purchase. After 30 days, customers can receive store credit in the amount of their return.

To return an order, please send your name, order number, and reason for the return to

Items not eligible for refund or store credit:
1. Free gifts or promotional items with retail value
2. Opened VBS extras product

Items eligible for store credit only:
-Returned items received 30 days after the original order date.
-Gifts without the original order number
Once your order is finalized, you’ll receive a separate email from What’s in the Bible? at the address you used for your order. This email will contain a link to access your download. This email is typically sent within minutes of placing your order. If you did not receive your download email, please double check your spam folder in case your email program incorrectly filtered the email. If you still cannot locate the email with your download link, please email us at You will be able to download your order through September 30th.


We currently take review requests on a case-by-case basis. If you’re interested in reviewing What’s in the Bible? on your blog, please send your site URL, monthly traffic, and review request to for consideration. Thanks!


We currently do not have a homeschool-specific curriculum available. However, many families have found the at-home series to work well with their homeschooling needs. The series is very informative and all ages get something out of them. In addition, we have some great free and paid resources available on our website and store. You can view the free resources and the activity downloads here: