I had high "hopes" for this dvd as my friend made it seem interesting but it was not good. Maybe my kids were too young to understand the switching back and forth between humans and puppets.Possibly some made after the first one is better. I might try one more.
The "What's in the Bible?" series I found very summative and explanatory to young kids, and us adults as well. I'm not a fan of his view on creation, as it sounds like he's done little to no accurate scientific research or biblical research beyond the first few chapters of Genesis reflecting on the curse of death caused by sin and the redemption and salvation of Jesus. Following main stream media in the views of a "old" earth, go against more then just the interpretation of a "day" in the book of Genesis. I realize he probably wanted to avoid going into this topic more in depth (and probably hasn't researched it anyways), but this may turn people off of this series. However, I find this to be a good opportunity to discuss this topic with my kids, (as this is a highly questioned topic in Christian's circles - its good to prepare your kids with the answers) and I would encourage others not to let that defer you from this series, as the series presents you with a lot of educational information through out the whole of the bible.
This DVD is wonderful! My children ask to watch one of the What's in the Bible DVD's nearly every day. My husband and I also enjoy them and have learned some things about Bible history ourselves! The characters are engaging for little ones! The DVD is broken up into two episodes, with each episode containing several segments. I would recommend this DVD and this series to any family who wants a fun and entertaining way to support Biblical knowledge for their children!