Whatever any of us might think about its artistic merits or lack thereof, the History Channel’s production of The Bible is a huge hit. Very interesting. Maybe Roma Downey is right that making the Good Book “accessible” is a useful exercise. I still thought the first week’s show (I didn’t watch the second one) was leaden and a bit too free in straying from the text. And I still think that the intent behind the series is laudable.
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