The Last Supper
|Filmed and dramatized entirely on authentic locations of the Holy Land and the Middle East, this is the most elaborate and extensive film ever made on the Last Supper. Jesus met with his twelve disciples in the "upper room" in Jerusalem, where they shared that historic meal. It was the traditional Jewish Passover "Seder" meal, which to this day symbolizes the deliverance from slavery to freedom and is commemorated for the last supper the ancient Hebrews shared before leaving Egypt, on their long journey to the Promised Land.|
The Last Supper emphasizes both its Christian tradition and Jewish roots. In addition to the authoritative historical and cultural background, the program explores the recipes of the exotic Biblical courses served at the supper: bread, salads, herbs, olive dish, lamb, wine, fruit, and all other magnificent courses. A recipe booklet with authentic Biblical recipes for the meal is included in PDF format.
Time: 1 hr | Production Year: 1993
DVD is playable in All regions
- View in English or Spanish
- Includes recipe booklet in PDF format
Church and Synagogue Libraries, March/April 2000
This visual account and reenactment of THE LAST SUPPER of Jesus with his disciples was filmed and dramatized on authentic location in the Holy Land and the Middle East. This extensive film emphasizes both the Christian tradition and the Jewish roots in the Passover meal. The Passover meal (or Seder) to this day symbolizes the delivery from slavery to freedom and commemorates in this video the ancient Hebrews sharing of it before leaving Egypt, on their long journey to the Promised Land. In addition to the authentic historical cultural background the video explores the recipes of the exotic Biblical courses served at the supper. Included with the DVD is a recipe booklet (in PDF format) not only for the symbolic foods associated with the Passover but also the other foods that make the meal a true feast of Jewish culinary, not only in the time of Jesus but also today.
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