EyeWitness Bible Series

EyeWitness Bible Series

The Eyewitness Bible is a series of 150 short videos (less than 20 minutes each) broken into 10 series that are designed to help you relate to and understand the Bible and Biblical characters better. The simple staging, strong story telling, and professional acting allow you to focus on the characters and their stories of how God altered the story of their lives.

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EyeWitness Bible Series
  • Christmas
    1 season

    Christmas

    1 season

    Eyewitness Bible Series is pleased to present the Christmas Series. This series is a collection of ten new episodes designed to be watched on the three Sundays prior to Christmas week, plus the seven days of Christmas week, ending on Christmas day.

  • Acts
    1 season

    Acts

    1 season

    A purpose of the Acts Series is to tell some of the information of the book of Acts from different vantage points. Luke said that he made a careful investigation of the facts before writing Luke and Acts. His three primary sources of information probably were: his own experiences, written sources...

  • James
    1 season

    James

    1 season

    James was the leader of the Jerusalem church, but was not one of the original apostles. His letter shows that he is a strong, experienced leader whose purpose is to guide Jewish Christians about how to live as Christians in various countries and cultures. He accomplishes his purpose.

  • Luke
    1 season

    Luke

    1 season

    Luke is the story of the life of Jesus of Nazareth. It tells of his origin, life, teachings, ministry and miracles. It tells of his death, burial, resurrection, and ascension to heaven. Consequently, Luke may be the most informative book in the Bible.

    The Luke Series is a set of narrations based...

  • Kings & Prophets

    1 season

    Few Christians have a deep understanding of the Old Testament kings of Israel, or the prophets and their messages. The purpose of this series is to allow anybody to quickly gain a better understanding of those things, as well as an appreciation of how that information is relevant today. The Old T...

  • Paul's Letters

    1 season

    There is treasure hidden in Paul’s thirteen letters, but the path to find it is not obvious. Here is a tip: in the Bible, Paul’s letters are not sequenced in chronological order. Paul wrote his letters within the two decades of 48 AD to 68 AD. His thirteen generally accepted letters are arranged ...

  • Other Letters

    1 season

    The Other Letters Series covers Hebrews; Firstand Second Peter; First, Secondand Third John;and, Jude. All the letters written by Paul are in the Paul’s Letters Series, while Jamesis in the James Series and Revelationis in the Revelation Series.
    Surprisingly little information is known about the ...

  • Three Gospels

    1 season

    The New Testament starts with the three Gospel books of Matthew, Mark and Luke. These three are known as the Synoptic Gospels. Gospel means “Good News”, and Synoptic refers to the fact that all three give an account of the same general events from the same point of view. The fourth book, John, is...

  • Genesis and Job

    1 season

    The most casual reader soon recognizes the majority of the writings of the Old Testament have to do with the history of the Israelites (also known as Hebrews or Jews). Embedded in the Old Testament is a wealth of knowledge about God and his character, books of poetry and proverbs, and a host of p...

  • One Hit Wonders

    1 season

    The term “one-hit wonder” is most commonly used to designate musicians who had only one popular song. For example, one list of “The Greatest One-Hit Wonders of All Time” ranks the 1996 Los del Rios’ song, “Macarena,” at number one.

    For purposes of this series, a “one-hit wonder” is a Bible chara...

  • Revelation

    1 season

    Revelation was likely the last book of the New Testament to be written, and was placed last in the New Testament. It was probably written in the 80s or 90s AD by the Apostle John while he was exiled on the Island of Patmos.
    The apocalyptic imagery in Revelation makes the book difficult to underst...

  • Promised Land

    1 season

    The Promised Land Series covers the books in the Bible from Exodus to Judges. These books describe events from the birth of Moses to the end of the era of the judges of Israel.
    In Genesis, God promised Abraham that his descendants would inherit the land of Canaan, so Canaan became known as The Pr...