Sisters, come on in and grab a cup of tea and lets talk about ...the Real Housewife of the Bible. Oh my, really! Here is the sad thing, I may even check it out. Oh NOOOOooo! I there such thing as a "reality show" addiction?
Web-based evangelist Ty Adams has created "Real Housewives of the Bible," a two-part DVD series due later this month. It may not do well because buying or renting a video is so 1980's, lol. They should have offered a downloadable version or why didn't they come out on a religious network?
I wish a show would really show the life of real Christian not those "crazy" or "scary" Christians you see on television. This program is suspose to be like a devotional type program with educational benefits. We won't see any First Lady hanging out a window, lol.
The new series follows six women in their pursuit of a happy marriage. Each character in the show represents different women from the Bible, including Sarah, Delilah and Jezebel. The creator believes it's a more wholesome alternative to Bravo "Real Housewives" reality series, according to CNN's Belief Blog.
Adams told CNN that the goal of her series is to help women connect real-life issues with Christian teaching and to teach women how to maintain marriage despite hardship. She believes reality shows, like the cable "Real Housewives" series, have "ruined and tainted our ability to secure good relationships and to make women into good wives."
The producer hopes this will be an educational tool and the DVDs sell for $29.99. A workbook is sold separately or can be ordered with the DVD.