The Case For Christ's Resurrection DVD
|Has the case for Christ’s Resurrection been made for you? Be equipped with the answers!|
Did Christ really rise from the dead? How credible is the evidence for Christ’s Resurrection? This documentary investigates the historical record, draws upon medical knowledge, searches for evidence in the lives of the Apostles, explores ancient Jewish burial customs, and—with new scientific technologies—examines the 2000 year old burial cloth of Christ. For the first time through physics and space-age imaging, scientists are able to view the crucified body of Christ in a three-dimensional, holographic image. Learn what scientists have discovered. Your faith will be strengthened and your heart uplifted as the Resurrection Story is confirmed through new evidence!
View Three-Dimensional Holographic Images of the Face of Christ! Three-Dimensional Glasses Included!
Partially based upon the books: The Case For Christ's Resurrection, Resurrected: Tangible Evidence That Jesus Rose From The Dead, and The Shroud of Turin.
Exclusive DVD Bonus Features:
* Legal Arguments for the Resurrection
* See the Unseen Proof for the Resurrection
* Artifacts of the Resurrection: Authentic vs. Counterfeit
* Preservation of Artifacts & Evidence for the Resurrection
* Extended Expert Interviews
* Extended Footage of the Holographic Images of Christ
* Evidence for the Resurrection–PowerPoint® Presentation
* FaithGrowers™ Curriculum
* Pastor’s Sermon Outline & Listener’s Notes
This DVD is playable in US and Canada Only
UPC/ISBN Number: 666907118530
Closed Captions: Yes
Public Performance Rights: Grizzly Adams
Product Release Date: Tuesday, March 20, 2007
Length/Run Time: 120 minutes
Produced By: Sharon Dymmel
Directed By: David Priest
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|The Case For Christ's Resurrection DVD|
This documentary investigates the historical record, draws upon medical knowledge, searches for evidence in the lives of the Apostles, explores ancient Jewish burial customs, and—with new scientific technologies—examines the burial cloth of Christ.