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11/13/12 at 09:30 PM 2 Comments

The Resurrection Project Supports Christian Film Database

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The Resurrection Project gladly supports Christian Film Database as they are the library of Christian films. The Database holds movies, documentaries, and cartoons.

In 2011 Roger Rudlaff and his wife Annelie turned their website into a database company and continue to add new content every day.

CFDb is a wonderful place to connect with the highest quality Christian films all in one location. Christian Film Database is also a place to find interviews, newsletters, contests, giveaways, discussions, and sometimes even controversial issues that Christians face.

There is a new upcoming TV series called The Bible will be on cable network and is readying a 10-hour religious docu-drama for 2013 that will include live-action and state-of-the-art CGI. History has big plans to make must-see-TV out of the Bible. The project, which comes from reality producer Mark Burnett, will air as a five-part, 10-hour scripted docu-drama. The Bible will appear on the History channel early 2013. I had a chance to watch some of the show and thought it was impressive.

The series, which was conceived by Burnett and his wife, actress Roma Downey, will set out to tell the tome’s stories, including Noah’s Ark, the Exodus and the crucifixion and resurrection of Jesus.

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"I enjoyed the new mini-series and look forward to seeing it air on television." Executive Producer David Wood

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