Item description for Bible Animated Classics/Passion Trilogy(3 DVD) by Nest Family Entertainment...
Overview The Bilingual, Animated Passion Trilogy from Nest Family Entertainment unfolds the powerful message of Christ's resurrection in a way that is suitable for any age! With beautiful animation, stirring music, and Biblical accuracy, the Animated Passion Trilogy will be an inspirational favorite for the entire family! Features English and Spanish language tracks and subtitles, plus optional on-screen scripture reference.
The Animated Passion Trilogy 3 DVD Set
Now includes 3 bonus 8x10 prints from the movie!
Powerful truths of Christs Passion the real meaning of Easter. This high-quality, scripturally accurate 3-DVD set will touch every heart as the betrayal, crucifixion, resurrection, and ascension of Christ is told in a language children can understand. This set features stories that captivate children while teaching spiritual truths:
Worthy is the Lamb Experience the Passion of Jesus Christ. Witness the fulfillment of ancient prophecies. Pray with Jesus in the Garden of Gethsemane, "Not my will, but thy will be done." Feel the betrayal of Judas kiss. Endure the trial and crucifixion as Jesus willingly submits. Rejoice in the knowledge that Jesus death and resurrection provides pardon for our sins.
He is Risen Learn the story of the greatest miracle of all, the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Sorrow and despair at the Lords crucifixion become complete joy and love in the disciples behold their resurrected Master three days later. The events of the real story of Easter teach of the atonement and resurrection, providing hope to Christians around the world.
The Kingdom of Heaven Jesus taught His followers about the day of His Second Coming through short stories, called parables. The Kingdom of Heaven presents some of the parables including the Sower and the Seed, the Wheat and the Tares, and the Ten Virgins. Each story teaches how to live our lives as we look forward to His return.
Bonuses! Now included for a limited time, three frameable 8x10 scenes from the videos.
Each Feature DVD run time: approximately 30 minutes.
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Format: Animated, Box set, Color, DVD, NTSC
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Audience Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Studio: Nest Family Learning
Record Label Nest Family Learning
Format Animated / Box set / Color / DVD / NT
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.6" Width: 5.4" Height: 0.6" Weight: 0.28 lbs.
Binding DVD Video
Release Date Feb 27, 2007
Publisher Nest Family Entertainment
Series Animated Stories From The New Te
ISBN 1564894002 ISBN13 9781564894007 UPC 728338402319
Availability 2 units. Availability accurate as of May 23, 2017 02:52.
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Reviews - What do customers think about Bible Animated Classics/Passion Trilogy(3 DVD)?
Great depiction of Christ Nov 3, 2009
I like how Jesus Christ is depicted in these movies; loving, wise and patient. I don't always like how the apostles are depicted. But then again, they were human. These movies are made very true to form and are some of the best I've found on the market. Just a heads up: if you want to try before you buy... I know the company offers a free movie to try. Great deal and it let me see for myself if there was anything to be worried about. I think the fighting and discrimination is sad between people that claim to believe in Jesus.
Low budget but loved by kids Dec 4, 2008
My parents got these for my younger siblings when I was in my mid to late teens. My siblings LOVED them. I thought they were very well done. Simple, but good. And though made by a Mormon company, were very accurate biblically.
I was planning on buying some for my children, but didn't realize they were so expensive. ;-) I will have to put them on their wish lists for the grandparents to buy.
NEST company (mormons) produce this. Nov 16, 2008
If this is in fact produced by NEST (a Mormon campany) then I can not trust that it will be scripturally sound and will not buy it. Any mormons or Christians reading this might want to pick up a copy of the book "mama, mormonism and me" by Geer...a "former" Mormon who's grandfather was one of the founders of that faith. She eventually became a Christian (very very revealing book) and led her dying mormom mother to the TRUE Christ. The Mormons understanding and teaching of Christ and Christianity's Christ are VERY different.
2 of 3 isn't bad Sep 24, 2007
The Kingdom of Heaven and He Is Risen were produced years ago and are quite good. The animation is only as good as the old Saturday morning cartoons, since these kind of productions are of necessity low budget. But the writing and direction are great, resulting in stories that are fleshed out but still true to the scriptural narrative, and actually blend elements from the different gospels and from within each gospel very coherently. Something this has, that most dramatizations of Christ's resurrection don't have, is John's account of Jesus' appearance to his apostles in Galilee, during which he asks Peter, "Lovest thou me?" and urges him to "Feed my sheep". It's done pretty well. Worthy Is The Lamb is a more recent production, with animation shifted from South Korea to India or Pakistan, and a new writer. It takes a very emotional subject, Christ's suffering in the garden, during his trial, and on the cross, and actually makes it pretty stale. However, most kids with an interest in Bible stories will probably like it. Of course these stories are simplified for children, but even so, Caiaphas and his cronies are a little too one-dimensional, diabolically evil characters, and almost painful to watch at times. I'm sure they were all too concerned about their own influence, and that jealousy played a large part in their desire for Jesus' blood, but blindly misguided as they were, they likely had some genuine concern for saving the people from a false messiah. The inclusion in this title of Old Testament prophecies that mirror the events of Christ's last day in mortality is a nice touch though. The price of this trilogy is worth the two good titles, even if you decide to toss out the latter.
Of note, this trilogy and the entire Animated Stories from the Bible series is produced by Nest, a family/moral values animation company that is owned and operated by members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, or the Mormons. In fact, their first animated scripture stories were from the Book of Mormon. However, because of the difficulty in making a profit from products like this, the company does its best to hide its ties to Mormonism so as to not turn off the evangelical Christian community and its buying power, because of the (like Caiaphas) misguided antagonism of many evangelicals against Mormons. Productions like this should be enough to demonstrate to any honest person that Mormons, like the producers of these cartoons, are not part of some bizarre cult as some evangelicals claim, but really do worship the biblical Jesus as Savior of the world.