Buck Denver Asks Whats in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD

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  • Director: Phil Vischer
  • Producer: Phil Vischer
  • Languages: English
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  • Run Time: 60 Minutes
  • Region Code: 1
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Buck Denver Asks What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD

After many unfit kings, the books of Ezra, Nehemiah and Esther display prayerful and righteous rulers. In the time of Ezra and Nehemiah, both of them add and help to the reconstruction of Jerusalem thereafter the exile. Ezra is in charge of restoring the sanctuary and Nehemiah reconstructs the wall that is designated to keep Jerusalem safe. Simultaneously, Esther, a courageous woman, takes the opportunity and rises to the king's right hand man, Haman while risking her life on the way. Wanting to save her people from a sure extermination. Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD dives into the last Historical Books in the Bible and shows that after the people of Israel spent many years in exile, God help them find their way back to Jerusalem again.

What makes Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD great

One of the reasons why this series is so successful with kids and their parents is how funny it is. Phil Vischer's humor is embodied in the whole series and it's a safe one that people of all ages can laugh to. Also it's a very successful attention getter. Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD speaks to many because of how simple it explains basic dogma. It explains the Bible and its terms in a simple way that kids of all ages can grasp and understand. Each character shown in the DVD and in the series are different for example, Buck Denver, Sunday School Lady, Clive & Ian and even the series creator has included himself in various segments. Also in some of the DVD's the Fabulous Bentley Brothers (Rhett and Link from YouTube) are present with songs about the different books of the Bible. Specifically in Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD where they sing a special song about Nehemiah. Parents love the purpose of why this series is made. On every DVD, on the inside cover, there is a written declaration of why Phil Vischer created the series and his goal for making kids grow with the Bible and making a difference in the them with the true message of Jesus.

This particular DVD of Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return has become very popular among kids and their parents. The content shown is fun, simple but never weakened. To make it more interesting for kids some of the Bible stories shown have little details that are different from the actual story. For example in the story of Brave Queen Esther, King Xerxes drinks too much coffee instead of alcohol like it's read in the Bible. Recently many Christian entertainment for children have emerged but most of them are striving to teach kids character features or how to behave. What this series does and has made on effect on families is that it inserts and displays the Bible as a factual, authentic and precise Word of God. It takes the children to go deep into the story. It first it acknowledges the style of the book and then goes into the story and its message which makes an impact to the Christian belief.

What's In the Bible? Vol.1 In the Beginning

What's In the Bible? Does more than show the stories but it gives children a chance to see the true meaning of the Bible and gives them a clearer understanding. Through puppets and catchy songs, the series creator Phil Vischer, leads children through the Bible slowly and carefully meanwhile explaining how all the stories are linked. Volume 1 "In the Beginning" explains what truly is the Bible. It gives children its history, how it came to be, the way it's organized and many other explanations. What's In the Bible? Explains to them that the Bible has several translations and clarifies how each book has different numbers. Then later on in the DVD it explains the book of Genesis and it tells the story of creation. Series creator, Phil Vischer creates a way to show the different outlooks of the creation. Like in Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return, everything shown is made for kids to understand clearly what they are being informed about.

What's In the Bible? DVDs are always divided into sections. Each episode's duration is of 25 minutes approximately and each DVD has a section of Special Features. All of the episodes are an accumulation of fun and humor that leads the chats between Phil, Buck Denver and the rest of the puppets about What's In the Bible? These chats go from Phil talking to the camera as if he were talking to the viewers and also the puppets interact with the kids watching at home as well. When a question or specific term is mentioned, Buck Denver pitches in from his news room, also Sunday School Lady from her classroom, Clive and Ian as well. There are times when real kids answer the questions mentioned in the episode. Each episode is more than just a simple discussion of a certain story or book, it takes the kids into a journey where it's fun, it's funny and it grasps children's attention as the story goes on.

Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD Features

Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Vol 7: Exile And Return DVD includes 2 episodes of approximately 30 minutes each one. One episode is titled Ezra and Nehemiah and the next one is Brave Queen Esther. Some of the concepts mentioned in the DVD are King Cyrus, Rebuilding Jerusalem's Walls, Why Can We Trust the Bible? And many more. From the creator of VeggieTales, Phil Vischer, comes these stories which include puppets, animation and music that will help kids learn more about God's Word.

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