This move is mislabeled it is actually an A and E special. Unbearably bad. It is one of those films that pass it self off as scientifically based but is totally irrelevant to any scientific conversation. Filled with inconsistencies and misleading subtext. This two part show may even be considered by some as racist. There is a curious interview with a biblical scholar regarding the races of the âThree Kingsâ in it he describes one as: âAfrican, you know black.â *said in a whisper as to not offend ones puritanical sensibilities*. Deeply troubling on so many levels, poorly reenacted, poorly scripted etc. Not worth your time, not even for the jaw dropping stupidity.
This had nothing the first days of Christianity. This was several people talking about the miracles they have witnessed or experienced. Poorly done, in my opinion. Not at all the level of quality one would expect from the history channel or the rich history that could have been told.
This is not a scholarly responsible documentary. It is anti-Semitic drivel that begins by saying "There were no people known as "The Jews" at the time of Jesus' birth in PALESTINE." You can figure out the rest! Narrated by Roger Moore who obviously can't get a decent job now that his Bond years are behind him. I suppose Gary Busey was busy. Some things on the History Channel label, like this and "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" are despicably irresponsible fiction and revisionist propaganda and should be banned from Blockbuster.