Is Gizmo really supposed to protect Chris and Joy?
Yes, he is. Professor Quantum first made Gizmo to protect Chris. Naturally, if Joy is with Chris, the professor would want Gizmo to protect her, also.
Since Gizmo is supposed to protect Chris, why does he get scared so easily?
Gizmo's sense of fear can be a warning to Chris that he should be cautious or stop what he is doing.
After learning so much from Superbook about the importance of the Bible and Christian living, why did Chris get so distracted by Holo-9?
It was because he found the latest versions of his favorite Holo-9 games to be so exciting and thrilling. Any of us can get distracted by things in our lives, whether we are kids or adults. Sometimes we need to temporarily set aside something fun so we can focus on more important things.
Why did Superbook leave Gizmo behind?
Superbook knew that the old Gizmo would be in their past adventures in case Chris and Joy needed his help.
Since Chris was so obsessed with the Holo-9 heroes, why didn't Superbook take Chris and Joy to see a miracle-working prophet or a leader of a victorious army?
Superbook wanted Chris to learn what it really means to be a hero.
Since there was an old Gizmo in their past adventures, why weren't there older selves of Chris and Joy like in some previous episodes?
Superbook didn't want Chris and Joy to merely observe their past adventures. He wanted them to experience the adventures again so Chris could learn a new lesson.
Did the animals really walk to the Ark in an orderly line?
We used creative license to show that God brought the animals to the Ark in pairs. The Bible tells us, Bring a pair of every kind of animal-a male and a female-into the boat with you to keep them alive during the flood. Pairs of every kind of bird, and every kind of animal, and every kind of small animal that scurries along the ground, will come to you to be kept alive (Genesis 6:19-20 NLT).
What was the verse from Psalms that Chris shared during the Bible study?
It was Psalm 90:17: May the favor of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us-yes, establish the work of our hands (NIV).