Watch: The seventh episode of digital talk show Beyond A.D.

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In this week’s Beyond A.D., host Jason Kennedy is joined by recording artist Michelle Williams and pastors Wilfredo “Pastor Choco” De Jesús and Erwin McManus. The episode also features a new clip from tonight’s episode of A.D. The Bible Continues and a musical performance by Colton Dixon. Check it out below the jump.

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A.D. The Bible Continues — season one, episode seven

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Season 1, Episode 7 — ‘The Visit’
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Editing Acts, redux. The seventh episode of A.D. The Bible Continues just might be the first one that is far more concerned with its political storyline — the visit of Tiberius and Caligula to Jerusalem — than its biblical storyline. Still, it does depict Philip’s visit to Samaria and his baptism of Simon the Magician from Acts 8.

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Is Oscar Isaac taking his X-Men villain in a more “biblical” direction?

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Oscar Isaac’s star has been on the rise in recent years.

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Lionsgate sees “franchise” potential in Homer’s epic poems

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It took ten years for the Greek hero Odysseus to come home from the Trojan War, and if Lionsgate has its way, it could take that long to tell his story on the big screen.

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Watch: Visions, baptisms, miracles and more in four all-new clips from A.D. The Bible Continues and Beyond A.D.

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There’s an all-new episode of A.D. The Bible Continues airing this Sunday, and the producers have released three new clips to whet our appetites — one of which includes a greeting just for readers of Patheos! You can check ’em out below the jump.

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Saul’s road-to-Damascus experience: twelve films

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The first written reference to the resurrection appearances of Jesus appears not in the gospels but in the epistles of Paul. Specifically, it appears in I Corinthians 15, where Paul passes on a list of the people who witnessed the risen Jesus, and then, at the end, Paul writes that Jesus appeared to him, too, “as to one abnormally born.”

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