The Bible’s Buried Secrets – All Three Episodes on DocumentaryStorm

DocumentaryStorm has posted all three episodes of the recent BBC production The Bible’s Buried Secrets, hosted by Dr Francesca Stavrakopoulou of the University of Exeter. [Update: now on YouTube]

Episode 1: Did King David’s Empire Exist?

A national hero and icon for the Jewish people, and a divine king for Christians, David is best known as the boy-warrior who defeated the Philistine giant Goliath. As king, he united the tribes of Israel. But did he really rule over a vast Israelite kingdom? Did he even exist?
- BBC

Episode 2: Did God Have a Wife?

When submitted to rigorous analysis, the biblical texts actually reveal quite another story. I think that the evidence now shows that the people of the Bible believed in many gods. And the scribes who composed the Bible did their best to conceal this – but not altogether successfully.
- Francesca Stavrakopoulou

Episode 3: The Real Garden of Eden

If humankind didn’t fall away from God in the first place, we wouldn’t need a redeemer.
- A priest, Episode 3

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7 responses to “The Bible’s Buried Secrets – All Three Episodes on DocumentaryStorm

  1. Miriam

    did your copy arrive yet? when’s the screening? :-)

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  5. well soon they will be saying Jesus didnt exsist.

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