BEAVRS

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BEAVRS
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Number of Episodes
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Description

BEAVRS, an acronym for Bible Education Audio/Video Research System, is an invention created by Whit and debuted in Hallowed Be Thy Name. Connie describes it as a "souped up computer". It is another invention that Whit created to help kids understand the Bible better.

BEAVRS has a massive database of Biblical information on nearly any subject. It can be used to research and cross-reference topics very easily, with Scripture references. For example, in Hallowed Be Thy Name, Whit searched the names of God. This list was then organized into many sub-categories. Each contained names in order of Biblical appearance, with a definition and list of Scripture references for each. When a verse is selected, the video screen shows a clip of what is taking place, while the verse can be heard dramatically. It is truly one of Whit's most organized inventions, with amazing detail shown throughout.

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Episode Original Airdate Album Writer Director Rating Buy Preview
#231: “Hallowed Be Thy Name”
May 22, 1993
17: On Earth as It Is in Heaven
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
79%
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Through Whit's new invention, BEAVRS, Connie learns some of the names of God.

#233: “Thy Will Be Done”
June 5, 1993
17: On Earth as It Is in Heaven
Paul McCusker
Paul McCusker
91%
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Lucy Cunningham-Schultz struggles over a job offer from a liberal school newspaper, and Connie pushes Eugene to make a decision about faith.

#237: “Deliver Us From Evil”
July 3, 1993
17: On Earth as It Is in Heaven
Phil Lollar
Phil Lollar
95%
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Bernard Walton and Eugene tell the story of the Fiery Furnace.