Tuesday, June 14, 2016

Review: Apostle Paul (DVD)

Historical context is important to know when studying scripture, and Christian DVDs can help establish that context for the books of the Bible. Viewers of Apostle Paul have an opportunity to see what the historic sites look like today, as well as hear information about ancient locations and relics mentioned throughout the New Testament.

Photographs, animated maps and videos depict sites once visited by the Apostle during the first century. Antioch, Tarsus, Cyprus and other ancient cities are featured throughout, and narration provides historical context for the environment, climate and culture of Paul’s time. The video begins and ends with footage of modern day Turkey.

Originally released in 2004, the 48-minute Apostle Paul and the Earliest Churches could be part of an introduction to further studies about the early missionary and the churches that received his letters. Adult Bible study groups and individual enthusiasts will find interesting facts about the regions touched by Paul’s message and perhaps will be enticed to journey to the very places of his journeys and to study more about Paul’s letters.

Apostle Paul is one of several DVDs in a series of video resources to support biblical instruction. English, Turkish and Arabic language tracks are available with the DVD, as well as a study guide in PDF format.

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This video was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review. 

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