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Christians are still a relatively small group in the world of pop culture, but their influence is expanding fast.

From cult favorites to more mainstream offerings, here’s a roundup of the best Christian movies, music, and TV shows that you’ll want to watch.

1.

The Book of Job, “The Bible” The story of Job (Job ben Ezra) is one of the most famous in the Bible, but the story has been told in many different ways over the years.

Now, in this new book, The Bible Society of America is publishing an audiobook version of the book, which will be released on April 18.

You’ll be able to listen to the audiobook, which is narrated by the late Joseph C. DeSantis, as well as excerpts from the Book of Revelation.

In it, Job tells a tale of redemption and suffering, and he’s able to give us a good overview of what we need to know to be able find out more about him.

This is a great way to get an overview of the Bible and its history before you start diving into the books that make up the Bible.

You can download the audiobooks from The Bible SLC and Amazon, and they are available on both the Apple and Android app stores.

The audiobook is $8.99 and will be available on April 24.

2.

The Puritans, “Rome, 1900” In this story of a Puritan revolt against Catholicism, which began when a mob attacked a cathedral, the main character is played by Joseph Fiennes, who will make his film debut as the character who is trying to keep the city from falling into decay.

Fiennes will play Thomas Gage, a charismatic preacher who tries to lead the people of Boston from religious extremism.

Fiorenes was an Oscar-nominated actor in the films The Godfather and Taxi Driver, and was also a producer on the classic TV show The Wonder Years.

This movie also stars Julia Roberts and Michelle Rodriguez.

You might also like: The 10 best Christian movie trailers ever and why you should watch them.

3.

The Walking Dead, “Fear” This zombie-infested movie follows a group of survivors living in a community where they have been attacked by an evil force.

This group, known as the Walkers, are a ruthless and ruthless bunch of survivors who will use any means necessary to get what they want.

The movie will be adapted by David Alpert, and it’s available on Amazon, iTunes, and Google Play.

4.

The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, “Catching Fire” This dystopian sci-fi movie follows Katniss Everdeen, who is an orphaned young girl living with her mother and sister in the fictional Republic of the Sun, who finds herself drawn into a world where the government controls the supply of food.

This story follows the young Everdeen’s journey of learning about the world, and the story ends when she and her sister discover a way to turn food into weapons and use them to kill their enemies.

You may also like (or be tempted to) watch the Hunger Games on Netflix.

5.

The Avengers, “Avengers” Marvel’s latest franchise is known for being the most popular of its comic book series, but it’s also one of its biggest hits.

This blockbuster Avengers film has an ensemble cast of characters that includes Captain America, Iron Man, Hawkeye, Thor, and Hawkeye’s son, Nick Fury.

You’re probably going to want to sit down and watch this movie if you haven’t already.

You will probably want to also watch the Avengers: Age of Ultron trailer, which features the best Marvel trailers of all time.

6.

The Martian, “Mars” This drama takes place in a world in which the human race is losing Mars to a race of genetically modified organisms called the Martian Manhunter.

The story revolves around the battle between the Manhunter and the Martian, and how the Manhunters attempt to stop him from becoming the Man of Steel.

The film stars Benedict Cumberbatch as the Man-hunter, and you’ll be entertained by the action and character development that the cast has given you in the movie.

7.

Star Trek: Discovery, “Star Trek: The Original Series” This Star Trek series has been on a long journey of exploration and discovery.

StarTrek.com has a list of the series’ episodes and each one has a different look and feel to it.

If you’re looking for a Star Trek experience with a touch of sci-, fantasy, and mystery, StarTreck.com is your source.

Star-Trek Discovery is available for streaming on Netflix and on Amazon Prime.

8.

The Simpsons: Bart vs. the World, “Bart vs. The World” This animated series follows a small town family on the run after their home is burned down by an arsonist.

Bart, his friends, and their mother try to find a way home while fighting for their