The Robe ugh. Also have seen Bibleman (and was forced to dress up as him for a church presentation,Mystery Lights of Navajo Mesa, Davey and Goliath, and probably some others.
I remember a series my old church had in its library I would watch (As a kid i was much more interested in being religious), about some baker telling a bunch of kids bible stories while being persecuted for being christians; never to sure what it was called. and i have one VHS copy of bibleman, and im assuming it was the older bibleman as well.
Imagine going on an 8 hour road trip with nothing to listen to but Veggie tales cassettes and you may get some idea of why I am just a little bit off kilter. I have some of those songs fucking memorized.
I read books when we took long vacations O.o you poor bastard
It's hard to read with the repetitive singing of Larry the Cucumber blaring in your ears. And thank you, know I have "Dance of the Cucumber" stuck in my head. >_<
see, my parents were obviously more sane about religion then yours, even if mine were still born again fundamentalists (i was born just after they left the catholic church and therefor the only one of my siblings not technicality catholic in any way.
Most likely. Mumsy now spends 8 hours a week at church. From were I'm sitting at the kitchen table I can see 4 cross ornaments, 2 church ornaments, A bible verse wall decoration and two little virgin Mary statues.
O.o we have a few religious things around, but most are tastefully scattered around so as to not amass into one area.
That's just the kitchen, there are more scattered about the house.
... Imagine I've lived in a cave my whole life with no outside contact with humanity and nothing to watch but things from the 1930s-mid 60s.
that period has the best cartoons ever made though... also heres all you need to know, sorta.
This is what happens when all movies in the house must be vetted by parents and all three children must agree unanimously on what to watch on Movie Night.