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Buck Denver asks…What’s in the Bible Volume 1 “In the Beginning” {review}


If you’ve been wanting to find a fun, inventive, and exciting way to teach your children all about the Bible, you must check out the “Buck Denver asks…What’s in the Bible?” Dvds! Those familiar with Veggie Tales will be pleased to know that is collection was created by none other than Phil Vischer! After viewing these DVD’s personally, I’d say they are great for children of all ages and even for their parents. I’m not ashamed to admit that I even learned a thing or two!

In What’s in the Bible? Volume 1: In the Beginning, viewers will learn all about the book of Genesis! Viewers can expect puppets skits, questions and answers of all kinds, terms and concepts are explained, and the show never drags. It’s quick paced but enough to still learn and understand what’s going on.

Wondering the length of this feature? On this DVD you can expected two episodes that are 25 minutes long each. I like that this is split up as I can use one episode per unit study in educating my children. There are also some great bonus features that include a story about kindness in which my kids loved!

In the beginning of the DVD (part 1) it was explained how the Bible came to be! Where the Bible came from was a question my 4 1/2 year old daughter had recently and thanks to What’s in the Bible, she got all the information about the how’s and the whats! Like how the Bible is the most translated, influential, best selling book in the world!

There was section of real kids answering the question about what they thought the Bible is! I loved hearing their answers and so did my kids! They then looked about how the Bible can be explained scientifically. It was all really fascinating and done really well!

Part two of the DVD, viewers learn more about the Bible, like who wrote it, who translated it, and much more. We are then educated about the beginning of creation, the story of Adam & Eve, Noah and the Ark, and the Tower of Babel is covered in a way kids could understand with puppets, flash animations, and catchy songs.

Overall, my family loved What’s in the Bible Volume 1! We are excited to start collecting all the DVD’s and are looking forward to learning more about God and the Bible together


Since I’m using that What’s in the Bible series along with other things to teach my children about the Bible in my home school curriculum, I was very pleased with all the fantastic extras and bonuses found on the What’s in the Bible website to use and incorporate into my teaching!

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Disclosure: I received the above mentioned products in exchange for my opinion of them. This review is 100% my opinion and has not been edited or reviewed by anyone. I was not compensated in any other way for this product review.

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Comments (5)

  • Crystal A.


    I have seen some of these. I think they are very informative. I even learned quite a bit in the ones I received to watch and review. I think these are a great learning tool for kids and everyone for learning the Bible.

  • Lindsey@Kindred Spirit Mommy


    We love the Whats in the Bible DVDs, too. 🙂 I didn’t know where to find all those resources, though – thanks for sharing!

  • Kristinia


    Awesome review! I’d love to try this out with my kids, to help them learn more about the Bible. It looks like O & M are having much fun learning about What’s in the Bible as well! Great resource!

  • Janet


    What a catchy title for a Bible program for children! lol Do they have others like Carl Colorado? Anyways, this is review is awesome. I like how you displayed photos of your children coloring to go along with the review too. Cute kids!

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