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The Abomination 

Emperor Caligula's statue arrives and draws everyone to the battleground of the Temple. The disciples stand firm on Jesus message and Cornelius becomes the first Roman convert.

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Paul Wilmshurst

Writer:

Tom Grieves
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Richard Coyle ... Caiaphas
Vincent Regan ... Pilate
Adam Levy ... Peter
Joanne Whalley ... Claudia
Jodhi May ... Leah
Will Thorp ... Cornelius
Alastair Mackenzie ... James the Just
Chipo Chung ... Mary Magdalene
Babou Ceesay ... John
Jóhannes Haukur Jóhannesson ... Thomas
Kenneth Collard ... Barnabas
Francis Magee ... Levi
Charlene McKenna ... Eva
Chris Brazier ... Reuben
Oliver Walker ... Maximus Appius
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Emperor Caligula's statue arrives and draws everyone to the battleground of the Temple. The disciples stand firm on Jesus message and Cornelius becomes the first Roman convert.

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 June 2015 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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The Final Story Of Early Christians
25 September 2019 | by RealChristian14See all my reviews

"The Abomination" is the final episode of "A.D. The Bible Continues".

In it,we get to see the arrival of Emperor Caligula's statue in the temple that provoked many people from defending it from desecration that led the place into becoming a battleground.In addition to that,we also witness how the early Christians became truly faithful to Jesus and to his message to the point of giving up their life for it.

The continuation of the mini-series "The Bible" is definitely far from compelling just like the latter itself. While it was evident that many liberties were taken in adapting the story of "Acts of the Apostles", too bad that the writers brought more attention to the action it would provide such as the battle between the early Christians and their persecutors rather than how the Christians became faithful to Jesus to the point of death.


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