The Old Testament Scriptures: Man of Faith

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Synopsis

After Isaac is born, God tests Abraham’s faith by asking him to sacrifice Isaac.

Dove Review

This episode of the Old Testament series features Abraham, better known as the “father of many nations” and “man of faith,” focusing on the selflessness and sacrifices Abraham honored to keep his relationship with God at the forefront.

Though the episode leaves out more intense, sinful elements, such as Lot’s fate and the conception and birth of Ishmael, the script follows Scripture, never swaying from biblical truth. The storyline highlights Abraham’s faith as he lets Lot choose the best land, as he believes that Sarah will conceive, and as he ultimately prepares to sacrifice his son, honoring God’s love above all.

While a few rifts between herdsmen occur and Sarah lies in the face of God’s angels, the content of this film points to Christ’s truth, reminding us that faith in God is the pinnacle of our eternal hope. Due to this positive, strong truth, The Old Testament Scriptures: Man of Faith is Dove-approved for All Ages.

The Dove Take

This mini episode of the Old Testament series follows the journey of Abraham, man of faith, as he chooses selflessness and sacrifice, proving his unswaying, unmatched love for God.

Content Description

Faith: The story of Abraham becoming the “father of many nations”
Integrity: Themes of honor, selflessness, sacrifice, integrity, and hope
Sex: None
Language: None
Violence: Abraham gets his knife, planning to sacrifice Isaac
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: None

Info

Company: Cinedigm
Director: Eddie Dew
Genre: Biography Drama
Runtime: 15 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Peyton G.