Bibleman

Bibleman is an American Christian direct-to-video children's series created by Willie Aames that ran from 1995 to 2010 with the goal of promoting Christianity.wikipedia
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Willie Aames

Bibleman is an American Christian direct-to-video children's series created by Willie Aames that ran from 1995 to 2010 with the goal of promoting Christianity.
He is best known for playing Tommy Bradford, one of Tom Bradford's (played by Dick Van Patten) sons, on the 1970s television series Eight Is Enough, Buddy Lembeck on the 1980s series Charles in Charge and the title character in the direct-to-video series, Bibleman (1995–2003).

Armor of God

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Disguised in the full armor of God as Bibleman, Miles fights against enemies using scripture.
Bibleman

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* The series was director James Gunn's inspiration for the Holy Avenger series featured in the 2010 film Super.
Frank sinks into depression, where he has a vision in which he is touched by the finger of God and meets the Holy Avenger, a superhero from a public-access television show (based on the actual Christian superhero series, Bibleman ), who tells Frank that God has chosen him for a very special purpose.

Christian media

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Bibleman is an American Christian direct-to-video children's series created by Willie Aames that ran from 1995 to 2010 with the goal of promoting Christianity.

Direct-to-video

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Bibleman is an American Christian direct-to-video children's series created by Willie Aames that ran from 1995 to 2010 with the goal of promoting Christianity.

Children's television series

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Bibleman is an American Christian direct-to-video children's series created by Willie Aames that ran from 1995 to 2010 with the goal of promoting Christianity.

Evangelicalism

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The series centers around an evangelical superhero who fights evil, often by quoting scripture.

Superhero

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The series centers around an evangelical superhero who fights evil, often by quoting scripture.

God in Christianity

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Miles Peterson, a wealthy man with the best the world had to offer, turned to God and the Bible in his most desperate hour and from then on pledged to fight evil with the word of God.

Conversion to Christianity

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Upon finding it, he experiences a "burning desire to know God" and becomes a Christian.

Redeemer (Christianity)

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He is depicted as someone who never understood the Bible until his darkest day (when his parents were arguing) where he read his Bible and accepted Jesus Christ as his Lord and Savior.

Bible

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Miles Peterson, a wealthy man with the best the world had to offer, turned to God and the Bible in his most desperate hour and from then on pledged to fight evil with the word of God.

Cesar Romero

The Fibbler A green-haired evil clown (resembling the Cesar Romero version of the Joker from the 1960s Batman TV series) who influenced one of the Church singing group children into lying.

Joker (character)

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The Fibbler A green-haired evil clown (resembling the Cesar Romero version of the Joker from the 1960s Batman TV series) who influenced one of the Church singing group children into lying.

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The Fibbler A green-haired evil clown (resembling the Cesar Romero version of the Joker from the 1960s Batman TV series) who influenced one of the Church singing group children into lying.

Stereotypes of Jews

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The Gossip Queen A villainess queen whose character design was later widely criticized for sharing many characteristics with traditional Jewish stereotypes (e.g., possessing dark skin, curly black hair, a large hook-nose, thick lips, and dark-colored beady eyes).

You Have Been Watching

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The program has been criticized for its format and production values, including in an August 2009 episode of the UK topical show You Have Been Watching, with panelist David Mitchell saying "The thing that struck me most about it is quite how badly it is made, to the extent that you must think it's been made by anti-Christian people to make Christianity look as naff and discouraging and artless as possible."

David Mitchell (comedian)

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The program has been criticized for its format and production values, including in an August 2009 episode of the UK topical show You Have Been Watching, with panelist David Mitchell saying "The thing that struck me most about it is quite how badly it is made, to the extent that you must think it's been made by anti-Christian people to make Christianity look as naff and discouraging and artless as possible."

VeggieTales

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It held third place behind first place Veggietales and second place 3-2-1 Penguins! The Dove Foundation gave the series its "Family-Approved" Seal for "this energetic battle against evil."

3-2-1 Penguins!

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It held third place behind first place Veggietales and second place 3-2-1 Penguins! The Dove Foundation gave the series its "Family-Approved" Seal for "this energetic battle against evil."

The Dove Foundation

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It held third place behind first place Veggietales and second place 3-2-1 Penguins! The Dove Foundation gave the series its "Family-Approved" Seal for "this energetic battle against evil."

Newsweek

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Of Bibleman, Marc Peyser of Newsweek writes,

Batman

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The live show has been described as falling between "a high budget Sunday school pageant, a Batman movie, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to even Power Rangers in how it comes across."

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

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The live show has been described as falling between "a high budget Sunday school pageant, a Batman movie, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to even Power Rangers in how it comes across."

Power Rangers

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The live show has been described as falling between "a high budget Sunday school pageant, a Batman movie, and the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles to even Power Rangers in how it comes across."