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Buck Denver Asks: What's in the Bible? Volume Ten - Jesus is the Good News!

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ld and New Testaments, and then shares about the life and ministry of Jesus Christ from the books of Matthew, Mark, Luke and John. Funny and meaningful, Vischer also shares the Gospel and encourages children (and parents) who don't know Jesus to do so ' and reach out to a friend or Pastor to experience God's saving grace.

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  • Actors: Buck Denver
  • Directors: Phil Vischer
  • Format: NTSC, Color, Animated
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Studio: Vischer Phil
  • Run Time: 60.00 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (94 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BBJ63IM
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #18,502 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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By Shawna Ellis on April 6, 2013
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We have watched all of this series with our daughter (now 7), usually buying the new releases as soon as they come out. She has learned so much about the Old Testament by watching those first 9 videos, and so have my husband and I. We work with children in the church and find that we often use explanations from these videos to help us explain concepts to our students. I have to be honest here and admit that there are many things covered in this series which I have either never heard or understood, having grown up with no biblical training at all. This is a great resource!

Throughout the ENTIRE Old Testament videos (9 in all), every video has pointed to the problem of sin and the promise from God to send a Redeemer, a Savior, a Messiah... what they refer to as God's "rescue plan" to save us from sin. I have really appreciated this, as too often Christians skip over all of that and jump right to the good news.... but why is it "good" if we don't understand the bad news? I am so thankful for the thoroughness of this important aspect. The Old Testament is much more than a history of Israel, it shows us why we need a Savior and points us to Him. Phil Vischer has handled this beautifully in all of the Old Testament videos.

But I was concerned about how the Gospels would be handled in video 10... I was worried that it would be "too silly" or irreverent about Jesus. Would Chester Whiggits tell the crucifixion account using his popsicle stick puppets? Surely not! But what if...

And I was concerned that there would be a "prayer for salvation" included in the video, which could lead many children to false conversion before they had been led by the Holy Spirit to do so.
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Every one of these videos is top notch: extremely creative, well-executed, fun & funny for the whole family, while teaching the kids (and us parents too!) every in depth thing about the Bible and God's "rescue plan"! We couldn't love these more! Phil Vischer is an amazingly talented and devoted Christian guy.
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I have been given an opportunity to watch and review a DVD of Buck Denver asks... What's in the Bible? Jesus is the Good News! (Vol. 10) My children have all been big fans of Veggie Tales, and while I've never watched this volume of videos, I determined that it surely would be every bit as good as Veggie Tales. I was right.

What I love about these videos is that it's relevant for children but also fun for adults. There are little comical bits that made me chuckle, and the video was educational yet fun for children.

Episode 1 covers the 400 years between the Old Testament and the New, and is entitled "God's Perfect Timing". Episode 2 teaches about Jesus and is entitled "The Messiah Has Come!" I felt that each video was appropriately timed to hold children's interest and seemed to present the story completely and with an entertaining quality.

The use of puppets, an adult actor (Phil Vischer himself) answering questions, and music was all very well intertwined. The mesh of them didn't seem corny, which is a problem that I sometimes find with children's Bible videos.

I plan on using this in my home and will recommend it to my church youth ministries!
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We have all of these DVDs. My children love to watch them in the car on trips to grandparents. My husband and I even find ourselves listening to the information and learning something new. Beware - some of the songs will stick in your head ALL DAY LONG! Our 5 year old has watched the videos since she was 2 and has enjoyed them at every stage. As she gets older she discovers and understands more of the information and humor... so she can definitely grow with these DVDs. Our second child is starting out on the same path of loving them, too.
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Phil Vischer has done it again, made great material for kids to learn the Bible. I purchased this one specifically for explaining to the kids what Easter really was, is. I got this together with volume 1 where sin is first described in the Bible. This series goes from the Bible's beginning in Genesis to Revelation, but I have only purchased volume 1, 2, and 10 so far. I am always looking to present Biblical truths to kids in ways that they can understand and Phil has done an excellent job helping me to do so. I will be purchasing more for my own library as well as giving these as gifts to family and friends.
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This is a terrific series! Our kids love it and so do we, we all learn, sing and laugh together. Phil Vischer is a real blessing, he really makes quality programmes and we go back to this and VeggieTales again and again. Highly recommend for the whole family, it's not dumbed down at all but accessible for all.
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Could have been really great, but it was so involved! Every single book was delved into and spoken about. My kids are 7 and 11. It went over their heads. Had they had a string church background , I think they would have understood it a lot better. This wasn't the wAy to introduce newbies to the complexity of the bible . I learned some new things however . And it was entertaining , but I feel a less technical stance and not covering every thing would have kept the kids more interested.
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