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    • KJB : The Book That Changed The World


      The dramatic story of how the King James Bible—completed in 1611—reached the masses! Narrated by Lord of the Rings star John Rhys-Davies, this fascinating docudrama features an overview and tour of historic landmarks, along with fast-paced action scenes depicting the holy passion, human frailty, and divine guidance surrounding the creation of history’s best-selling book.

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    • Against All Odds


      Israel’s rebirth and survival in the 20th Century has been called a miracle. Those who were there cite their own experiences as proof. These are their stories. Completed in 2006 and as timely as today’s headlines, Against All Odds: Israel Survives is a powerful and uplifting spiritual journey through Israel’s turbulent history. Remarkable stories of awe-inspiring supernatural phenomena that helped to create and preserve modern Israel come to life in gripping dramatizations, eyewitness accounts, and interviews with the people who experienced these miracles of biblical proportions!

      Extra Feature: Against All Odds- The Making of a Miracle: Series writer and director Tom Ivy hosts this compelling chronicle of the making of this extraordinary series.

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    • Story Of The English Bible


      The story of the English Bible is one of the great adventures of the last millennium.

      It’s hard to fathom that a book, which is an all time best-seller, was barely known five hundred years ago.

      There were valid reasons for this. The medieval church, which controlled every avenue of individual life, didn’t want it. The printing press, which had yet to be invented, precluded it.

      Then came the Renaissance and the thirst for knowledge. Scholars found new light in ancient manuscripts. One of these scholars, Erasmus, compiled a Greek New Testament. Other scholars read it and were converted.

      Erasmus said he would like to hear the farmer singing snatches of scripture at his plough .. and the weaver humming phrases of scripture to the tune of his shuttle.

      Others agreed and some began the work of translation into English.

      Chief of these was William Tyndale, a brilliant scholar and a tireless labourer. His translation became the basis for all English translations for almost three hundred years.

      Like so many others he eventually sacrificed his life in the cause of truth, but not before he had bequeathed to us a legacy far greater than gold.

      This presentation highlights the contributions of Wycliffe, Huss, Erasmus, Gutenberg, and Tyndale.

      Drawing on the expertise of scholars and academics from Europe and North America it documents one of the most important stories in English history.

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