What if you could have another transformational experience with the Bible but in a completely new form? A form portable enough to be carried with you anywhere?
Not sure what we’re talking about?
One word: podcasts.
The television miniseries, “The Bible,” and film “Son of God” produced and brought to life by Roma Downey and Mark Burnett, touched the hearts of millions to a degree not yet seen before the show’s debut. The vision shared by Downey and Burnett for this important project was a desire to impact a new generation with the power of the biblical narrative through, “The Bible” and “Son of God.”
Viewed by over 100 million people in the United States alone, “The Bible” wowed us with breathtaking beauty and cutting-edge technology that cinematically conveyed the stories many have grown up seeing only as words on the page.
But it doesn’t stop there. These stories have transformed once again with the series you love now repurposed into a new, versatile platform: podcasts. With limitless mobility, amazingly powerful narration from Roma Downey, and captivating scoring composed by Hans Zimmer, this podcast provides another opportunity to engage with the most impactful book on humankind arises—this time through your car stereo, on your morning jog or wherever you find yourself with a mobile device and headphones.
Engage with the redemption of the Passion story through the “The Bible: Son of God” podcast.
In our first episode, we enter into the perilous and tangible religious and political tension of ancient Jerusalem. Now occupied by the Roman Empire, Jewish authorities struggle to navigate the balance between appeasing the cruel and brutal government, and squelching the Jewish people’s growing rebellion.
As unrest simmers, faithful Jews cry out for the long-promised Messiah to free them from oppression. But it has been 400 years of silence from God—no word of hope, no message of freedom.
The vision shared by Downey and Burnett for this important project was a desire to impact a new generation with the power of the biblical narrative through, “The Bible” and “Son of God.”
Has God forgotten His people? Is John the Baptist—the fiery preacher in the wilderness—the prophet they have been waiting for? Or simply another agitator soon to be silenced by Roman rule?
And what of the strange traveler from Nazareth asking for John to baptize him?
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EPISODE 2 OF “THE BIBLE: SON OF GOD” PODCAST: “FORGIVENESS”
Engage with the redemption of the Passion story through the “The Bible: Son of God” podcast. Join us for episode two, as we dive directly into the radical ministry of Jesus.