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Great Looking Bible Story in Claymation Style! Scripturally
Bryan E. Leed | Dayton, OH USA | 02/18/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"If you are a Christian who likes the classic Christmas claymation TV specials like RUDOLPH THE RED-NOSED REINDEER, or even better, LITTLE DRUMMER BOY, then you will be quite pleased with this DVD! It looks like the same style, done with a little more detail and skill, and it is very accurate to the Bible!
This is a great little DVD, made by the BBC in the 1990s. Actually, this company made three of these Bible stories, and they are all worth owning, especially at this low amazon.com price. The other two are RUTH and ABRAHAM. Search the amazon.com DVDs with the words TESTAMENT, BIBLE and then either RUTH, ABRAHAM, or JOSEPH.
This company also made about 7 cartoon, drawn animation Bible DVDs, which are also virtually all very good, but these claymation ones are truly priceless for any Christian Bible story lovers and/or their kids!"
BJB | Phoenix, AZ | 02/24/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"WOW! For those who appreciate a unique medium and a biblically accurate production, this is a DVD for you! We watched this with our 8 year old son and all of us were glued to it. We referenced our bible to check for accuracy and we couldn't find any discrepancies. For those who love the Word of God and really want their children to, please bless them with this and others from this series. Appropriate for all ages."
Joseph's story in claymation
Kim Boykin | New York, NY | 03/11/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"This is a 30-minute animated film of the biblical story of Joseph. The clay animation is nicely done, and the writers did a good job with the condensation and adaptation of the biblical text--capturing the most important parts of the story and sticking relatively closely to the biblical account.
I couldn't help noticing, though, that Joseph and his youngest brother, Benjamin, look much more European and much less Semitic than the "bad" brothers who sold Joseph into slavery. Because of this, I hesitate to recommend this film for children. But I've used it in college and high school religion courses and simply drew students' attention to this issue.
I also recommend "Ruth," "Abraham," and "Jonah" from the same series."