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  • This expanded version adds 7 new videos as part of  the Connections Series, totaling 22 videos in a 2-DVD set. The Connections Series are short 3-8 minute lessons dedicated to researching and revealing the compelling connections between faith and fact inferred from the data and information discovered in the land of the Bible. Come explore the Bible story and its message of salvation seeing the real, historical lands of the Bible. English Subtitles included. Now over 6 hours of material!

  • Can atheism logically explain the existence of the Universe and everything in it, or does God exist? Does an honest investigation of the world around us logically lead to a Creator, or does godless naturalism sufficiently explain design, intelligence, and morality? And, if God does exist, where did He come from, and why doesn’t He just show Himself to everyone to prove that He exists—if He really does? Join Eric Lyons as he discusses these and many other intriguing questions in Why God? This DVD includes 35 lessons and English Subtitles.

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  • This powerful, new presentation exposes what the founding fathers really said and wrote. The viewer will see, written in their own words, what these men believed and said regarding God and this nation. A sequel to the Silencing of God. It is hosted by Dave Miller, Ph.D., and includes 8 lessons on 1 DVD.
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  • Understanding the timeline of biblical events from Creation to the Church is necessary to fully appreciate God’s Word. John Hall has developed one of the most valuable timeline studies depicting the history of humanity. This ten-lesson DVD program makes a great study, and you will enjoy the information-rich lessons packed with beautiful graphics to help the viewer better visualize the material. It includes 2 DVDs.

  • This course is designed to study church history, from the first century to the Middle Ages. Examining past history, Wayne Burger helps identify unscriptural trends and their consequences, with the goal that students will learn from historical examples and will be able to corrections to others. (Includes 40 lessons on 13 DVDs.)

  • This course takes up where Church History left off at the end of the Middle Ages (1500 A.D.). The first section of the course focuses on the Reformation movement, and the second section focuses on the Restoration Movement. The course covers the advancements and the shortfalls of both movements as well as drawing the biblical distinction between the two. It is hosted by Chuck Horner and includes 18 lessons on 5 DVDs.

  • An excellent brief study of the Restoration Movement in the United States. It is hosted by Wesley Simons and includes 4 hours of study.

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