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The Jewish Roots of Christianity, Part III

The Jewish and Christian faiths share a rich common legacy in a chosen people, a land of promise, the God of Abraham, the Old Testament Scriptures, and holy days instituted by God. So how Jewish should the Christian faith be in look and practice today? Join us as we venture into the Jewish roots of Christianity. You’ll deepen your understanding…

The Jewish Roots of Christianity, Part II

From the days of Moses, the Hebrew people have found a common bond in the words: “Hear, O Israel: The Lord our God, the Lord is One!” Yet, suddenly, in the first century, thousands of Jewish people began worshiping a Man who claimed to be one with the Father in heaven. How could this radical change of belief happen? Join…

The Jewish Roots of Christianity, Part I

Judaism and Christianity: Two spiritual points of view, seemingly worlds apart, yet sharing a common city, story, and Messianic hope. Discover the rich heritage of the Christian faith, which is grounded in the same Old Testament Scriptures as Judaism, and deepen your own understanding of the Scriptures. Join us as we venture into the Jewish roots of Christianity.

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The Mysterious Prophecy of Isaiah 53: The Mysteries Explored

The ancient prophecy of Isaiah 53 unveils how the suffering of an unnamed “servant” hero brings healing to the world. But the prophet’s predictions raise questions: Who is this “servant"—a person, a group, the nation of Israel, or a combination? Did the servant live in the past or is the mission still in the future? And what is the sacrifice…

The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, Part II: From the Temple to the Church

Did the first followers of Jesus intend to start a new religion? Did they realize that their faith in Jesus as the promised Messiah would impact the world forever? Filmed on location in Israel, this 4-part series, The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, features an intriguing discussion between Mart DeHaan and two Jewish followers of Jesus. Join them as they discuss…

The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, Part I: From Sacrifice to the Cross

Did the first followers of Jesus intend to start a new religion? Did they realize that their faith in Jesus as the promised Messiah would impact the world forever? Filmed on location in Israel, this 4-part series, The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, features an intriguing discussion between Mart DeHaan and two Jewish followers of Jesus. Join them as they discuss…

The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, Part IV: From Promised Messiah to Jesus - Part 2

Did the first followers of Jesus intend to start a new religion? Did they realize that their faith in Jesus as the promised Messiah would impact the world forever? Filmed on location in Israel, this 4-part series, The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, features an intriguing discussion between Mart DeHaan and two Jewish followers of Jesus. Join them as they discuss…

The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, Part III: From Promised Messiah to Jesus - Part 1

Did the first followers of Jesus intend to start a new religion? Did they realize that their faith in Jesus as the promised Messiah would impact the world forever? Filmed on location in Israel, this 4-part series, The Jewish Foundation of Christianity, features an intriguing discussion between Mart DeHaan and two Jewish followers of Jesus. Join them as they discuss…

The Oneness of God, Part I

Jerusalem—city of three monotheistic religions. Here, Jews, Christians, and Muslims agree that there is only one true God. The agreement ends, however, when one of them claims that the one true God is made up of three distinct coequal, coeternal Persons. For Israeli pastor Meno Kalisher, believing in one triune God isn’t just doctrinal. It’s as personal and as important…

A Weekend in Jerusalem

It’s Friday in Jerusalem—the holiest day of the week for Muslim worshipers, many who are making their way to the Al Aqsa Mosque for prayers. Meanwhile, Jewish storeowners close up shop and begin preparations for their day of rest and worship beginning at sundown—the Saturday Shabbat. On Sunday morning, as most of the city goes back to work, the bells…

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.

 

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Hebron: City of Promise, 1-Part DVD

Human Nature & The Three Faiths of Jerusalem, Part IV

In Jerusalem, men and women of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam confess that there is only one God, but differ on how a frail, wayward humanity can approach and return to favor with this Holy God. These differences among the three faiths of Jerusalem are often symbolized by the clothing of clerics and common people—head coverings, prayer shawls, traditional dress, and…

Divine Rescue & The Three Faiths of Jerusalem, Part V

You only need to look at the headlines in the news to realize that something is very wrong with the human condition. From ancient times, people have been trying to find a way to regain what was lost in the Garden of Eden. In Divine Rescue and The Three Faiths of Jerusalem see how Jewish, Christian, and Muslim people view the need of…

Messiah & The Three Faiths of Jerusalem, Part VI

All three of the major monotheistic faiths—Judaism, Christianity, and Islam—have focused their hopes for future peace on the land of Israel, especially its capital city, Jerusalem. Here there is hope for a coming Messiah who will save all who place their trust in Him and bring final peace to the world. Discover what these three faiths have in common, and…

Israel & The Church

Today the symbols and culture of Judaism and Christianity can be seen side by side in Jerusalem. While followers of Christ naturally honor the history of the nation that gave them their Bible and Savior, many no longer see Israel as having a future in God's plan for the world. Instead much of Christendom sees the nation of Israel replaced…

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