The Bible (2013)
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Homeland 

Joshua conquers Jericho; Delilah betrays Samson as the Israelites battle the Philistines; Samuel anoints David king, a move that could throw the nation into civil war; Saul is consumed with... See full summary »

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Tony Mitchell
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Keith David ... Narrator (voice)
Robert Powell ... Narrator (UK)
Andrew Scarborough Andrew Scarborough ... Joshua
Jalaal Hartley Jalaal Hartley ... Nashon
Stephanie Leonidas ... Rahab
Dominic Grant Dominic Grant ... Jericho Commander
Terence Maynard ... Commander of the Lord's Army
Nonso Anozie ... Samson
Sharon Duncan-Brewster ... Samson's Mother
Julian Lewis Jones ... Angel of the Lord
Fintan McKeown ... Ekosh
Khalid Ben Chegra Khalid Ben Chegra ... Phicol (as Khalid Ben Chagra)
Robert Gwilym ... Elan
Kierston Wareing ... Delilah
Paul Freeman ... Samuel
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Joshua conquers Jericho; Delilah betrays Samson as the Israelites battle the Philistines; Samuel anoints David king, a move that could throw the nation into civil war; Saul is consumed with jealousy when David defeats Goliath; King David ushers in a golden age for Israel, but is soon seduced by power and lust for Bathsheba; God forgives David, and his son, Solomon, builds God's temple in Jerusalem. Written by Bob Phillips

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Action | Drama | War

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TV-14 | See all certifications »
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Faith
By Hans Zimmer and Lorne Balfe
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Great Visuals
18 August 2019 | by RealChristian14See all my reviews

"Homeland" is the 3rd episode of the mini-series which tells the story of Joshua during the Battle of Jericho and Samson. Apparently,we get to see a visual extravaganza particularly when the story of Joshua was told.

Too bad that it took over the whole episode that the important lessons from the stories of both Biblical characters took a backseat. Added to that,we also get to see an awkward characterization of Samson,who is more of a violent man rather than a prophet with extreme strength.Too bad that both stories are told poorly.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 March 2013 (USA) See more »

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Stereo

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Color

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16:9 HD
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