The Five eBooks of Moses
55 Animated Shorts With Part I of the Hebrew Bible
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Welcome to The Five eBooks of Moses - where the Bible can be experienced as never before… digitized and animated!
What did Noah say to the lions when the rains started? Just how colorful was Joseph’s coat? Why did Sarah laugh when she learned that she would become a mother at the age of 90? Read the full Biblical text, watch the 55 animated short videos, engage with discussion questions for further learning and exploration, and find out!
This eBook is a delightful resource for anyone who wants to learn more about the Hebrew Bible in a unique and engaging way—individuals, families, teachers, and kids alike.
The Five eBooks of Moses is produced by G-dcast, a non-profit production company dedicated to raising basic Jewish literacy using media and storytelling styles that speak to today's youth. Since 2006, G-dcast has created over 75 animated films enjoyed worldwide by hundreds of thousands of people from diverse religious backgrounds.
The Five eBooks of Moses is fantastic! A fun, engaging way to explore the Torah for teens and/or adults. It is sure to make you laugh and think--no matter what your level of Jewish knowledge. It is a must have for educators, students, or anyone who has ever wanted to explore the Five Books!
We love G-dcast
Great site, great app! Excited to have this to share with our Hebrew School students!!!!
The animated films make this fun and informative
G-dcast did a nice job of taking the amazing, short, fun, cute and informative videos they make and placing them into the right places in the bible. So if you are studying the bible it a great treat to get to a new chapter and get to watch some really insightful insights put together in a way that entertains while educating.
(note: full disclosure: I have a relationship with the organization… but I still think what I wrote above is my honest assessment of the eBook… I just wanted to be open and honest. Thanks)