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Exploring the Life of Jesus in the words of Joshua DuBois: History Channel Docu-Series

BY KDgospel

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DEANNE: What excited you about taking on the possibility of doing this docu-series?

JOSHUA DuBOIS: Well listen this is an extraordinarily and exciting series probably the most important depiction of Jesus on screen and in this generation. And so, ounce they presented me the opportunity I had to take part. You know we’ve never seen Jesus like this on television before. It’s a biblically, faithful, gospel-oriented series but it also illuminates different aspects of Jesus life through the people that knew him best. Form Mary and Joseph though Pilot and John the Baptist and Mary Magdalene and more. We get the different angles on Jesus from those who are closest to him, to illuminate the man who is at heart of our faith. So, you know when I heard about it, I had to say yes!

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DEA: We’ve seen so many depictions of Jesus story in different formats of the bible. But to see that this docu-series is being narrated by people who actually-love and care about the subject matter is a whole-other thing.

JD: “Exactly,” that’s why I feel its important that you have people surrounding this series that really know the bible. These are faithful Christians who are also some of the top scholars in the world, like Otis Moss lll, Dr. Jerase Jr, and so many others that are serious about their faith but are also serious about their scholarship and when I saw who was associated with this thing I knew it was going to be good. Subscribe


Having money $$$ does not give you the right to cheat

BY REGINA ROBINSON

PHOTO BY INTERNET

“The College Process College Admissions has moved from students being able to look forward to the next phase of their educational journey to a competitive fight where some are willing to win By Any Means Necessary. The recent college admissions scandal rocked the world as the FBI revealed college consultant Rick Singer head of advising firm “The Key”, that athletic coaches and test proctors assisted a number of clients in cheating their way through the college admissions process. This scandal is said to be one of the largest scams ever. The question remains, is it the first, or simply the only one to make the spotlight?

The recent college admissions scandal rocked the world as the FBI revealed college consultant Rick Singer head of advising firm “The Key”, that athletic coaches and test proctors assisted a number of clients in cheating their way through the college admissions process. This scandal is said to be one of the largest scams ever. The question remains, is it the first, or simply the only one to make the spotlight? Subscribe


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Deanne Williams: Tell me what’s your problem with your son on the show? Joe Morton: Well the problem is I’m a minister and he’s an atheist and its sort of put a wedge between us. DW: Are you able to tell us what that wedge might be? JM: Yeah, I think the wedge is a couple of different things. One as I said he’s an atheist and I’m a minister and so our views of the world are very different. He thinks that there is no God and that people need to sort of deal within themselves in order to move through the world. And I think that you get hope from the scripture, you get hope from the church and you get hope from God and those things need to be part of peoples lives. The other thing is he lost his mother my wife when he was eight years old and I retreated into the church to sort of heal my wounds and I think what I did was left him out in the cold and so that’s part of our difficulty as well.

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