Miles Peterson had everything: Money, power, fame...Until he lost it. Then Miles finds the power of God and harnesses that power to become Bibleman.

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Tony Salerno
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Series cast summary:
Brady Williams Brady Williams ...  Cypher / ... 25 episodes, 1999-2010
Willie Aames ...  Bibleman / ... 26 episodes, 1995-2005
Maylo McCaslin Maylo McCaslin ...  U.N.I.C.E. / ... 19 episodes, 1996-2004
Heather McSmith Heather McSmith ...  Biblegirl / ... 12 episodes, 2002-2010
Brian Lemmons ...  Luxor Spawndroth / ... 12 episodes, 1998-2002
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Miles Peterson, a regular guy with the best the world had to offer, turned to God and the Bible in his most desperate hour and from then on pledged to fight evil with the word of God. Disguised in the full armor of God as Bible Man, Miles fights against enemies of darkness using scripture. Written by Ginger G.

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USA

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English

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1995 (USA) See more »

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Pamplin Entertainment See more »
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1.33 : 1
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Prince of Pride: [while being electrocuted by Bibleman] ... This almost feels good!
[he explodes]
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well intentioned, but lacking relevance!
1 October 2005 | by JenniferJamesDaviesSee all my reviews

Although this show is jam-packed with scripture, I have to say that I am afraid that this show is making a mockery of Christianity. As Christians, we should be trying to put truth in media, yes, but I do not understand how creating a character like "Bible Man" can be helpful to portraying messages of truth. It is just hard for me to watch yet another show that is so heavily drenched in Christian subculture that it is not sensitive to the non-Christian ears that we could be witnessing to in more creative, loving, and less in-your-face kind of ways. Christianity is a lifestyle and a personal relationship with God, not a battle against the unsaved.


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