Don’t Miss Episode 3 of Bible Secrets Revealed: “The Forbidden Scriptures” Tonight on History

Don’t miss episode 3 of the six-part series “Bible Secrets Revealed” on History.

The third installment, entitled “The Forbidden Scriptures“, debuts Wednesday, Nov 27, 2013 at 10/9c .

The episode explores:

“The books, gospels and epistles found in the Holy Bible are writings considered to be divinely inspired. But are there chapters of the Bible that are missing? Have stories been censored and characters deleted? And if so, just who decides what is included–and what is forbidden?

And if you missed the first two episodes, you can watch them for free online at History‘s “Bible Secrets Revealed” website.

Tweet your feedback with the hashtag #BibleSecretsRevealed.

And send your questions to Bible History Daily, where I’ll be answering some of them and providing more in depth explanations.

6 Responses

  1. I’m looking forward to it. While I haven’t agreed with all of the conclusions presented in the past two shows in the series and there have been some conclusions presented that I really wish had been expounded upon because I didn’t understand the scholar’s thought processes, I have found the series to be quite interesting. On a good note, I found last week’s episode to be more even-handed than the first episode. I hope the rest of the series will be equally as even-handed, if not more even-handed, as the second episode. I’m definitely sticking around for the entire series.

  2. I have to tell you that you guys are messed up. This show is off the wall and You are a classic case of how God will help us believe a lie. He is surely helping you believe a lie. (II Thessalonians 2:9-12)

  3. I’m really enjoying the show, and may I say — the more critical, the better. :) We can always get the traditional line at church on Sunday.

    If I may add some constructive criticism, it’s that the second episode dragged somewhat compared to the first. For the first half of the show, it seemed that the narrator and the show’s experts did little besides summarize Bible stories. The first 20-30 minutes probably could have been condensed down to 5 to make room for more interesting discussions. (Just my impression.)

    [Sorry if this comment appears twice. It didn’t appear the first time I submitted it.]

  4. Fascinating series. I just got caught up on the initial episodes last night. It’s great to see the History Channel allowing you to fully speak on your expertise after the way they clobbered your guest spots on Ancient Aliens.

  5. No, I can’t watch previous episodes for free online; I think this is only available to American viewers.

  6. No doubt the servants of Satan wrote these texts. Any true believer in Christ our Lord would know this!

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