Is The Chosen biblical? In Part 2 of our review of the popular hit series, we examine the “red-flag” content of the episodes in the first two seasons, and compare those scenes in the show to the Bible.
What is Mormonism/Latter-Day Saints? – Amy Spreeman – Berean Research
The Mailbag: Overview/Review of “The Chosen” (An Online TV Series on the Ministry of Jesus)– Michelle Lesley- Discipleship for Christian Women
Is God really the one behind ‘The Chosen,’ as the creator of the series declares? by Marsha West
What is Arianism?– GotQuestions
What is Docetism?– GotQuestions
What is the Hypostatic Union?– GotQuestions
The Chosen & The Shift– Famine in the Land
A Candid Conversation with Dallas Jenkins, Director of The Chosen– Melissa Dougherty
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Thanks for the in-depth analysis! Personally I won’t watch it because I’m not a “fan” of adding fictional elements to the Bible (Fan Fiction is a great term). I prefer the straight stuff. I loved the productions of Matthew and Acts that were straight scripture with a narrator and actors simply saying what’s in the Bible. Yes, it was NIV, but still better than any fictionalized product.
My question that I would ask someone who is considering watching The Chosen is, how many times have you read through the Bible? If the answer is none, go do that first.
Thanks, ladies, for all you do.
That’s a great response! Thanks for your comment, Lisa!
It should also be noted that in the trailer and in the first episode of season two Jesus says that he is there to “create A way to the kingdom of heaven”. Scripture is clear that He is THE way, not A way. Not only are they supporting and teaching universalism, the writers intentionally changed scripture.
I must have missed that part. Thanks for commenting, Mel.