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.


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


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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Release Date:

1995 (USA) See more »

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Pamplin Entertainment See more »
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Aspect Ratio:

1.33 : 1
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Ludicrous (Steve Weatherford): [the Shadow of Doubt breaks through a brick wall] Excuse me, Mr. Shadow? You don't really need this because it's just a video prop. And those bricks aren't real. So you don't have to break through; you can just walk around.
Shadow of Doubt (Brian Lemmons): I know all that. I do it for effect, to be scarier!
Ludicrous (Steve Weatherford): It really wasn't that scary...
[the SOD glares at him]
Ludicrous (Steve Weatherford): ... You want me to hush up now, right?
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Is it Supposed to Be Like This?
14 March 2003 | by MovieAddict2016See all my reviews

I saw this show on a local channel at my house called PAX. It stars Willie Aames ("Eight is Enough") as a...BIBLE MAN! He fights justice with a crossbreed between a lightsaber and a laser pen, defeating Greed, Jealousy, Corruption, etc...

I'm not sure if the show is supposed to be ridiculous or not. For example: Bible Man fights with a baddie and takes his lightsaber out for the fight. He swings it at baddie, misses, and hits some wood. The saber bounces off the wood with sparks. Now, if this thing is a laser shouldn't it cut through wood?!

Aside from things like that, this show if family friendly...if a bit odd...

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