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Joseph is More than a Colorful Coat

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Title: Joseph is More than a Colorful Coat

Description: Today we are joined by frequent guest of the History of the Papacy, but first time guest on Beyond the Big Screen, Gil Kidron of A Podcast of Biblical Proportions. We talk about the year 2000 animated film Joseph: Man of Dreams. Is this movie another kids film that misses the point of a biblical story or does it get the story more right than it even should have?

Original Publication Date: 6/30/2022

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[00:00:00] Hi, Gil. Thanks again for coming on with me, me coming on your show. I'm really excited about today. Hi Steven. Yeah, this is a collab about maybe my favorite story of all time. The story of Joseph who shh. Such a good. It's really growing on me too. I it's, it's raising up through the ranks of my favorite story.
I'm in, there's so many good stories, but I think this one is definitely top 10, maybe top five, this field that we're going to talk about. An excellent job. And I'm really happy with what the, so this movie, Joseph King of dreams, it's really amazing how closely it's stuck to the biblical story from Genesis, uh, 37 to about 50 51.
So Joseph [00:01:00] doesn't get his own book, but he gets a solid chunk of Genesis to himself. So apparently the makers, the creators of the movie in their first showing of the movie to all the producers, there was like deafening silence. And the bottom line was, this is horrible. This is not a story. It doesn't
June 30, 2022
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