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* HilariousInHindsight: Just two years later, Diogo Morgado played the vaguely demonic "The Man" in ''Series/TheMessengers''.

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* HilariousInHindsight: Just two years later, Diogo Morgado played the vaguely demonic Satan (or "The Man" Man") in ''Series/TheMessengers''.


** The angels escorting Lot's family are depicted as DualWielding armored warriors who mow down attackers in slow-motion, even though in the previous scene they blinded the attackers just as in the Bible itself.

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** The angels escorting Lot's family are being depicted as DualWielding armored warriors who mow down attackers with DualWielding in slow-motion, even slow-motion (even though in the previous scene they blinded the attackers just as in the Bible itself.itself).



** "Previously on ''The Bible''."

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** "Previously on ''The Bible''.Bible''..."


* SugarWiki/AwesomeMusic: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn8tv2YRfR0 main theme]] of the miniseries, composed by Music/HansZimmer.



* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn8tv2YRfR0 main theme]] of the miniseries, composed by Music/HansZimmer.


* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn8tv2YRfR0 main theme]] of the miniseries, composed by HansZimmer.

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* CrowningMusicOfAwesome: The [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mn8tv2YRfR0 main theme]] of the miniseries, composed by HansZimmer.Music/HansZimmer.


* MemeticMutation: The {{Twitter}} hashtag [=#HotJesus.=]

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* MemeticMutation: The {{Twitter}} Website/{{Twitter}} hashtag [=#HotJesus.=]

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** "Previously on ''The Bible''."


* BaseBreaker: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. Three examples of points of contention surrounding this are the RaceLift[='s=], the difference between the Bible's depiction of events [[ArtisticLicenseHistory and the show's]] and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen whether it's acceptable to portray prophets as they are sacred]].

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* BaseBreaker: BrokenBase: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. Three examples of points of contention surrounding this are the RaceLift[='s=], the difference between the Bible's depiction of events [[ArtisticLicenseHistory and the show's]] and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen whether it's acceptable to portray prophets as they are sacred]].


** Pharaoh turning red in the Red Sea. "DON'T TOUCH ME!"


** The angels escorting Lot's family are depicted as DualWielding armored warriors who mow down attackers in slow-motion, instead of blinding them in an instant like the Bible says.

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** The angels escorting Lot's family are depicted as DualWielding armored warriors who mow down attackers in slow-motion, instead of blinding them even though in an instant like the previous scene they blinded the attackers just as in the Bible says.itself.


* BaseBreaker: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. Three examples of points of contention surrounding this are the RaceLift[='s=], [[ArtisticLicenseHistory differences between events in the Bible compared to how they're depicted in the show]] and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen whether it's acceptable to portray prophets as they are sacred]].

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* BaseBreaker: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. Three examples of points of contention surrounding this are the RaceLift[='s=], RaceLift[='s=], the difference between the Bible's depiction of events [[ArtisticLicenseHistory differences between events in and the Bible compared to how they're depicted in the show]] show's]] and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen whether it's acceptable to portray prophets as they are sacred]].


* BaseBreaker: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. Three examples of points of contention surrounding this are the RaceLift[='s=], how far artistic license should be allowed to go and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen whether it's acceptable to portray prophets as they are sacred]].

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* BaseBreaker: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. Three examples of points of contention surrounding this are the RaceLift[='s=], [[ArtisticLicenseHistory differences between events in the Bible compared to how far artistic license should be allowed to go they're depicted in the show]] and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen whether it's acceptable to portray prophets as they are sacred]].


* BaseBreaker: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. RaceLift[='s=] and artistic indulgent is just the tip of the iceberg.

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* BaseBreaker: It is about Literature/TheBible after all. RaceLift[='s=] and Three examples of points of contention surrounding this are the RaceLift[='s=], how far artistic indulgent is just the tip of the iceberg.license should be allowed to go and [[HeWhoMustNotBeSeen whether it's acceptable to portray prophets as they are sacred]].

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* ItsShortSoItSucks: General consensus is the Bible was just too big for a miniseries, even at 13 parts.

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** Pharaoh turning red in the Red Sea. "DON'T TOUCH ME!"

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* HilariousInHindsight: Just two years later, Diogo Morgado played the vaguely demonic "The Man" in ''Series/TheMessengers''.

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