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 servant makes to bring hope and deliverance? Traditional Judaism most often identifies this figure as the nation of Israel, which has suffered greatly throughout history. Interestingly, those who accept Jesus as Messiah see Isaiah 53 as confirming this role. They see the predictions by Isaiah as detailed descriptions of the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus centuries before he was born in Bethlehem. Can these interpretations find common ground? What did Isaiah intend to reveal? This documentary looks for clues in history, archaeology, and even the Dead Sea Scrolls. Weigh the findings and gain a deeper understanding of Isaiah’s prophecy of hope.
A broken dream isn’t the greatest tragedy, but a life defined by it is. Creating a healthy new normal after the death of a dream is essential. Sheridan and Merryn Voysey understand facing a new normal. In Journey Through Broken Dreams, they candidly share their struggle with infertility, the decade of medical procedures they endured to try to conceive a child, and the decision to redesign their…
Take a journey of discovery to explore Jesus’ claims about life. Travel to Israel to the hill country on the east side of the Sea of Galilee with host Mart De Haan. Hear from scholars and authorities in the field of New Testament studies as they discuss the promises of Jesus. Examine the elements of Jesus’ encounter with a Samaritan woman and gain insights to help you…
When a bride takes her vows, she doesn’t expect violence to mark her marriage. But sadly, for some that is the case. It’s probable that you know someone who is the victim of verbal or physical abuse: a neighbor, a daughter, a sister, or a friend. This powerful 4-part series pulls back the curtain on the dark secret of abuse and offers hope and help to those…
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.
It’s been almost 2,000 years since the apostle John was instructed by Jesus to write letters to the seven churches mentioned in the book of Revelation. These timeless letters reveal a message of God’s love through the death and resurrection of His Son Jesus, identify and provide correction for problems in the church, and offer hope and encouragement for the future. In this 7-part presentation, you’ll travel…
Today in Israel and throughout the Jewish world the annual cycle of holy days continues to be observed. Travel with Day of Discovery to Israel and uncover the historical, agricultural, sacrificial, and prophetic understanding of Jewish holy days in part 1—Rest, Remembrance, and Renewal. See in stunning detail how together, these feasts unfold God’s grand story of redemption for the entire world.
For Christians (followers of Christ), Jesus is at the center of everything they believe. As a Jewish young man, Michael Rydelnik refused to even consider Jesus’ claim to be the promised Messiah of the Hebrew Scriptures. But when his own mother, a Holocaust survivor, revealed to her family that she now believed in Jesus, it divided their family.
In Science & God, author and social critic Os Guinness engages Oxford University Professor of Mathematics John Lennox in a conversation that explores this tension, with calculations that subtract neither God nor science. Lennox looks at both historical and contemporary explanations of the universe, and he uses debate-tested conclusions and simple illustrations to clarify the real issues of this controversy.
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?
When it comes to questions of suffering and evil, no one has all the answers. However, author and speaker Os Guinness presents a compelling case that leads to faith and courage. With an engaging style, he introduces three perspectives on evil, examines the difference between suffering and evil, and shares steps to help you think through the problem of evil. Discover how you can cope with life…
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