Watch: Priests, Romans and Zealots battle over the Temple in new clips from next week’s A.D. The Bible Continues

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A.D. The Bible Continues slipped a bit in the ratings last night, but its second episode was still the top-rated entertainment program of the evening.

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Watch: Seventeen new videos for A.D. The Bible Continues, including cast interviews, episode previews and a sneak peek of the digital-series spin-off Beyond A.D.

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One episode down, eleven to go! With A.D. The Bible Continues now airing on Sunday nights, the producers and the network are continuing to put out new videos to promote the series, ranging from a 30-second TV spot to a weekly half-hour talk show — Beyond A.D. — that will begin streaming on the NBC website this Sunday.

You can check out the most recent batch of videos below the jump.

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

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Note: Between now and mid-June, I will be writing short recaps of each episode of A.D. The Bible Continues for Christianity Today Movies. You can read the first recap here. Time permitting, I will also post extra thoughts at this blog, like so:

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Watch: Zealots help the apostles escape from Jerusalem, and more, in new clips from A.D. The Bible Continues

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The Nielsen ratings are in, and the news for A.D. The Bible Continues is… good, but could be better.

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Watch: Five videos on the Lumo Project and its word for word adaptation of The Gospel of John

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The Lumo Project’s word-for-word adaptation of The Gospel of John debuted on Netflix a few months ago, but I’ve been so busy keeping track of various other projects since then that I haven’t had a chance to write my review of it yet.

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Exclusive: Mark Burnett and Roma Downey on “resetting” their take on the Bible in A.D.: The Bible Continues

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The Bible was a huge success when it aired on the History Channel two years ago, and it was a huge hit again when it came out on DVD. It was even spun off into a big-screen movie, Son of God, that raked in $67.8 million worldwide despite having no marquee names and consisting almost entirely of footage recycled from the TV show.

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