Watch: A half-hour TV special, character profiles, set-visit reports and more for A.D.: The Bible Continues

Watch: A half-hour TV special, character profiles, set-visit reports and more for A.D.: The Bible Continues March 25, 2015

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Wow, they’re sure pulling out all the stops to promote A.D.: The Bible Continues.

After posting all the usual very brief videos online — clips, trailers, endorsements from faith leaders and so on — the producers have now released a 23-minute making-of video (basically a half-hour TV special, once you add the commercial breaks).

You can watch that special here:

The show’s YouTube channel has also continued to post the shorter videos, including this bit on Caiaphas…

…and this bit on Pontius Pilate:

The Today show posted this set-visit report:

Zap2it posted this video of Juan Pablo Di Pace talking about playing Jesus:

Guideposts posted an essay by producer Roma Downey on prayer, accompanied by this video:

And Jefferson Bethke, creator of the ‘Why I Hate Religion But Love Jesus’ YouTube clip, posted a video called ‘The Bible Is Messy’ that he shot on the A.D. set:

Finally, there are five faith-leader endorsement videos that cannot be played outside the United States. But I can still post them here, so check them out if you can:

One video is simply called ‘Faith Raves’:

Then there are specific endorsements from Sam Rodriguez…

…Pat Robertson…

…Ronnie Floyd…

…and Jim Daly of Focus on the Family:

Check out earlier trailers and other videos here:

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