The Visual Bible: The Book of Acts

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The Visual Bible: The Book of Acts

 

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The only dramatization using the actual scriptures…word for word from the NIV.

Join with the physician Luke (Dean Jones), as he tells the enthralling story of danger, struggles and triumph that marks the birth of the Christian church. Share the times of mystery and wonder that follow the resurrection of Jesus.

Walk with the risen Lord. Watch as He is taken up into heaven. Experience the transforming power of Pentecost and catch the fire as God uses the passion of Peter (James Brolin) and John (Andre Jacobs) to send the flame of faith racing throughout Jerusalem and around the world. Luke’s powerful narrative brings to vivid life the compassionate love that unites believes across that ages.

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This Film is also called “Acts of the Apostles”

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The Visual Bible: The Book of Acts

The Visual Bible: The Book of Acts

ACTOR ~~~~~~~~~~ CHARACTER ACTOR ~~~~~~~~~~ CHARACTER
  • Dean Jones … Luke
  • Henry O. Arnold … Saul/Paul
  • Jennifer O’Neill … Lydia
  • Francesco Quinn
  • James Brolin … Simon Peter
  • Neels Coetzee … Gallio
  • Norman Coombes … Gamaliel
  • Dale Cutts … Cornelius
  • Wilson Dunster … Barnabus
  • Andre Jacobs … John
  • Peter Krummeck … Aquila
  • Bruce Marchiano … Jesus Christ
  • Gordon Mulholland … Annas
  • Patrick Mynhardt … Herod Agrippa
  • Simone Newman … Young girl on ship with Luke
  • Tim Parr … Aristarchus
  • Adrian Poulsen … Clement
  • Matthew Roberts … Young Matthew
  • Chris Truter … Silas
  • Constantine Zakochenko … Judas
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The Visual Bible: The Book of Acts (1994)

Duration: | Release Date: October 1, 1994 | MPAA Rating: Not Rated |
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Join with the physician Luke (Dean Jones), as he tells the enthralling story of danger, struggles and triumph that marks the birth of the Christian church. Share the times of mystery and wonder that follow the resurrection of Jesus.

Director:

Regardt van den Bergh

Writers:

Stars:

Dean Jones, Bruce Marchiano, Jennifer O’Neill, Henry O. Arnold, James Brolin, Matthew Roberts

Genre:
Drama, Biblical, True Films

Production Company:

GNN International Corp, Visual Bible LLC
The Visual Bible: The Book of Acts, 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 rating

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  1. Eric says
    29 April 15, 9:00am

    Great film that depicts Saul/Paul in a satirical way as an insane man who thinks he is an apostle and who goes about preaching a mysterious Good News which we never know what it is he is preaching? He performs miracles by his own power without using the Name of Jesus, is mistaken for a god, accepts free gifts from folks believing him a god, and performs parallel miracles and actions which mimic those of Jesus and his 12 Apostles (11 + Matthias).
    It is evident that a LAW is a work:
    The LAW of THEO-DYNAMICS which I state as:
    “For every action of Jesus and his 12 Apostles, there is an unequal but similar reaction by Saul/Paul (Devil’s cohort)”.

  2. Annelie says
    29 April 15, 9:18am

    Hi Eric – Not sure what you are saying – I thought this was a film that went word for word from the Bible. If it is, are you saying you think Paul was not a Christian or that the writings of Paul aren’t inspired? Just wanting some clarification.

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