Yes! The definitive best. As close to the King James Holy Bible and accurate as can be. This version adds a few more things from the King James Holy Bible that other films do not (exception: "Jesus" (1979), "In Search of Historic Jesus" (1979). This continues the true story beyond the Crucifixion and when Mary (His mother), Salome and Mary Magdalene went to the tomb to annoint the deceased Jesus. They discovered the stone had been rolled away and the tomb empty and the mysterious man in the white robe. No other movie adds the following: Jesus was "alive" and did appear to his disciples again. According to the bible, Jesus appeared nearly unrecognizable. He showed them his hands and his feet. Then they could see it was him. He spoke to them and even ate a fish. He appeared for 40 more days and then ascended into the clouds (from Earth to Heaven). It is promised that Jesus will return. I, too, enjoy the magnificent, gentle, kind and honest performance of Roberet Powell as "Jesus". Almost hynotizing. Robert Powell was the perfect age to play "Jesus" at age 32. Olivia Hussey, James Farentino, Michael York, Ann Bancroft, Ian McShane, Donald Pleasence, Christopher Plummer, Anthony Quinn, Ernest Borgnine, Fernando Rey and Peter Ustinov are unforgetable in their roles. Immad Cohen played "Young Jesus". Allow your children to see the mini-series. Perhaps one hour at a time. Let them see the Crucifixion and when your child asks "why?", you will know what to say. Jesus died on the cross so that we could live. He saved our lives. And we are all saved.