after Lent = normality
We survived another season of Lent and, most importantly, Resurrection Sunday (02/13/2013 to yesterday). The Bible miniseries on the History Channel concluded last night with surprising ratings
“Nearly 13 million viewers watched the series premier.”
— ‘The Bible’ Miniseries Tops Charts, Baffles Hollywood (03/27/2013)
regardless of the political accusations.
“Viewers took to the Internet to question the uncanny resemblance between President Obama and the Satan character, played by Moroccan actor Mohamen Mehdi Ouazanni. During the airing of the Sunday, 17 March episode, Twitter erupted with tweets on the similarities between the two figures, and, soon after, several Web sites had posted a photograph of Ouazanni adjacent to a photograph of Obama, the faces of both etched in a wrinkled grimace. According to The New York Times, the comparisons were largely a response to recent attacks on the President by some religious conservatives who have compared him to the Antichrist.”
— The Bible Series Tarnished by Satan-Obama Link (03/25/2013)
The series goes on sale tomorrow on disc formats (available for sale on Google Play and iTunes since it started on 03/03/2013).
In all, life doesn’t go back to normality yet. Passover still has one and half (1.5) more days to go — considering the Jewish lunar calendar. Then we go back to the glorious, tired, sinful and/or godless secularity that we’re used to. Surprisingly street preachers have come out of their hideouts to spread the Word like Pastor Brian Kelly of the King James Bible Baptist Church on the Times Square subway level over the 7 line last station.