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Are your kids familiar with the Septuagint? How about the Pentateuch? Do they have any idea how the books of the Bible came together or who wrote them? Well, my kids do, all because we watched the first two episodes of What’s in the Bible?, a DVD series created Phil Vischer of Veggie Tales fame.
These DVDs are sort of a cross between The Muppet Show and Saturday Night Live. They’re filled with skits, funny songs, and seriously thorough teaching, all presented by puppets and a few odd human beings. As an adult, I chuckled a lot at the different pop culture references, and my kids think the characters are hilarious.
But, the best thing about the DVDs is that they present some fairly deep teaching, all while making you feel like you’re just being entertained by a funny little variety show. It’s definitely not the kind of learning that children usually do when they are presented with information about the Bible. Much more than just a collection of Bible stories, these DVDs help to connect a lot of dots between each story, showing the kids how the entire Bible fits together and what it means as a complete revelation from God.
Watch the first five minutes of What’s in the Bible? to see what kind of fun is in store!
If this sounds like something you could use to help teach the kids in your life, I’ve got good news! The good folks at What’s in the Bible? are giving one lucky reader a copy of Volume One: Genesis! Just comment telling me you’d like to win, and I’ll announce the winner on Friday.
Also, be sure to check out the What’s in the Bible? website for all sorts free videos and fun resources!
This is a sponsored post. The What’s in the Bible? team sent me a DVD so I could offer you my honest opinion about it.