Bibleman Genesis: A Fight for Faith Live

DVD Release: May 1, 2009
Bibleman Genesis: A Fight for Faith Live
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Synopsis

While Miles Peterson is enjoying his retirement, Cypher, Biblegirl, and U.N.I.C.E. are introduced to their new team member, Josh Carpenter–the new Bibleman! But the Wacky Protestor will not be outdone by a new Bibleman! He invents the neuroiconoclasticskeptisiser, and lures Vacation Bible School student leaders Gabriel and Olivia Phillips into his Animated Reconstructive Transport, and into a world where there are no rules, no faith, no hope and no future! Will the Bibleteam be able to save Gabriel and Olivia before they are trapped forever?

Dove Review

The audience’s reaction helps make this live performance of “Bibleman” a bit more special. The show kicks off with a puppet of Bibleman fighting an enemy and then it transitions into the live characters and the cheers go up. The story deals with making mistakes in part and includes Cypher telling a lie and then humbly admitting it. When a father and mother call in with a concern for their children who haven’t arrived home, Bibleman and his gang go to work to solve the mystery.

Bibleman ends up fighting Rapscallion P. Sinister who insists the “P” stands for polite, yet admits the “Sinister” part of his name means “sin”. He claims to be an idol maker and admits, in a funny moment, he has followed Bibleman’s career from VHS to DVD! Bibleman has his hands full but by using scriptures and his handy light saber, he plans to defeat Rapscallion and to find the missing children.

This is another great and wholesome “Bibleman” adventure and we happily award this DVD our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Light sword battles and energy bolts released.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: The quoting of scriptures.

Info

Company: Thomas Nelson
Director: Jim Standridge
Producer: Dr. Robert B. Pamplin, Jr., Andrea Marek, Chuck Nedrow
Genre: Action
Runtime: 60 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter