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    Romans: The Letter that Changed the World, Part VI (Chapters 15-16)

    Of all the letters ever written, none has been read by more people or had a more profound effect on the world than a letter the apostle Paul wrote 2,000 years ago to a small, young church in Rome. In it Paul clearly challenged the thinking of everyone in the civilized world of his day. One of those challenges is the idea that God has a chosen people, the Jewish people. But if God chose one nation over all others, where does that leave the rest of us? Mart De Haan and Jimmy DeYoung take you to visit archaeological remains from the time and places where this letter was written and talk to experts on location to hear what they have to say on this subject and more.

    The End of Days and the Mount of Olives

    The Mount of Olives is one of the Bible’s most significant locations. It was here that Jesus taught His disciples to pray, where He was arrested and led off to judgment, and where His disciples watched Him ascend into heaven after His resurrection. And in the days to come—on a date unknown to us—this is where Jesus will return to judge the nations and establish peace. Visit this most important site: the Mount of Olives. Hear what those who live here have to say about the end of days and the role the Mount of Olives will play in God’s rescue—God’s peace plan for all people.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Jerusalem: City of Tears, City of Hope, Part II

    Take a look into the future of Jerusalem with Dr. Michael Rydelnik. Raised in an orthodox Jewish home, today Dr. Rydelnik follows Yeshua—Jesus—as the Messiah. And now, more than ever, he longs for the peace of Jerusalem.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Jerusalem: City of Tears, City of Hope, Part I

    Take a journey through the streets of Jerusalem with Dr. Michael Rydelnik. Raised in an orthodox Jewish home, today he follows Yeshua—Jesus—as the Messiah (of Israel). And now, more than ever, he longs for the peace of Jerusalem.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Underground Jerusalem: City of the Past

    Beneath the ancient city of Jerusalem sleep historic treasures that are being awakened by archaeologists at an ever-increasing rate. These treasures shed new light on both the history of Jerusalem and its effect on the entire world—both politically and spiritually. Travel to “Underground Jerusalem” with Mideast journalist Jimmy DeYoung for a fascinating journey.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    The Living Waters of Jerusalem

    Nothing has the capacity to arouse a sense of adventure in a child more than legends of kings, warriors, secret tunnels, and magical springs. The children of East Jerusalem, however, don’t require legends to inspire their imagination, for they have the truth of history to motivate them. Discover more about recent excavations that have brought to light another chapter in Jerusalem’s ancient past. Discover “The Living Waters of Jerusalem.”

    Jerusalem, Walls of Remembrance

    Jerusalem is an old city. Her ancient walls continue to speak of the peoples of her past. Archaeological discoveries in the area of King David’s original city have given a clearer picture of Jerusalem’s troubled past and have inspired the hope for peace through some ancient wisdom. Discover “Jerusalem’s Walls of Remembrance.”

    Jerusalem, Mount of Peace

    Jerusalem, the crown of this mountainous region, was founded by Israel’s King David more than 3,000 years ago. Yet Jerusalem, whose very name means “foundation of peace,” has known very little peace. Recent archaeological discoveries in the area of King David’s original city have given a clearer picture of Jerusalem’s troubled past and have inspired the hope for peace through some ancient wisdom. Discover “Jerusalem: Mount of Peace.”

    Jerusalem: A City Reborn

    Meet the maestro of Jerusalem’s Ben Yehuda Street. He is one of about 8,000 professional musicians, among a million Russian Jewish immigrants, who came to Israel looking for a homeland after the dissolution of the Soviet Union in 1989. Yet seeing world-class musicians playing on the streets of Jerusalem is only one of the many remarkable changes that have marked this ancient city’s rebirth. Discover “Jerusalem: A City Reborn.”

    Hebron: City of Promise

    Join Mideast journalist Jimmy DeYoung for a tour of the fascinating city of Hebron. You’ll examine remnants of the city dating back 4,000 years, and you’ll learn of the many significant events that took place here and why they are significant to Jews, Muslims, and Christians alike.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Capernaum: City of Skeptics

    It’s widely believed that Jesus performed more miracles in the small seaside town of Capernaum than anywhere else. Wander the streets of this ancient city with teacher and Israeli tour guide Avner Boskey to learn about the carpenter’s son who is reported to have performed these miraculous signs.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Beersheba: A Place of Surrender

    Travel to Beersheba, the largest city in the Negev Desert near the southernmost part of Israel. Explore the once desolate land where God led Abraham. Bible teacher and Israeli guide Avner Boskey shares insights from the desert experience that brought Abraham closer to God.

    Approximate running time: 26 minutes

    Africa & the Bible: The River of Faith, Part III

    Are all races created equal in the eyes of God? Down through the ages, certain people have viewed those with darker skin as somehow less human—using skin color as an excuse to enslave and marginalize people. Does God judge us by the color of our skin? Do people of color have any part in the heritage of Christianity, or should they be looking somewhere else for their faith?

    Join host Wintley Phipps as he follows the “rivers of faith” and uncovers the truth about Africa and the Bible.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Africa & the Bible: White Man's Religion? Part II

    Are all races created equal in the eyes of God? Down through the ages, certain people have viewed those with darker skin as somehow less human—using skin color as an excuse to enslave and marginalize people. Does God judge us by the color of our skin? Do people of color have any part in the heritage of Christianity, or should they be looking somewhere else for their faith?

    Join host Wintley Phipps as he follows the “rivers of faith” and uncovers the truth about Africa and the Bible.

    Runtime: 26 minutes

    Africa & the Bible: The Myth of a Cursed Race, Part I

    Are all races created equal in God’s eyes? Down through the ages, some people have viewed those with darker skin as somehow less human—using skin color as an excuse to enslave and marginalize people. Does God judge us by the color of our skin? Do people of color have any part in the heritage of Christianity, or should they be looking somewhere else for their faith?

    Host Wintley Phipps follows the “rivers of faith” and uncovers the truth about Africa and the Bible.

    Runtime: 26 minutes


    September 2019: Christian Living

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