Does a divine power continue to uphold Israel? Is the Holy Land still a place of miracles? Now available on DVD, this gripping 13-part cable network presentation examines documented stories of supernatural phenomena that helped to create and preserve modern Israel. Compelling dramatizations, eyewitness accounts, and fascinating interviews present a remarkable story of biblical proportions. Six DVDs, 9 hours total.
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Against All Odds: Israel Survives (6 DVD Set)
Very inspiring of the modern miracles of God!!!
This movie was very well done. The care to present this story of God keeping His covenant with the people of Israel right into the modern era is outstanding!! It gives me hope as a child of God's new covenant made with the gentiles through Jesus that God is faithful to His word and miracles are not just a thing of the past. Each story is so incredible and using the very people who experienced it is a living witness that God really loves and cares for us!!
May 25, 2013
Great historical accuracy!
My mother often spoke of books she had read recounting miraculous events that have formed the nation of Israels' history. It has been a pleasure watching this unfold in dvd format in a documentary that has required so much research and hard work. I have thoroughly enjoyed this work and would highly recomment it to anyone sincerely interested in the history surrounding Israels' formation and purseverance to survive "Against All Odds."
March 23, 2013
The video's are very well put together. Great production quality! Best of all they are very imformative. I would very much like to see more dvds on this subject matter. I've probably watched each disc in the set 5-7 times already.
November 26, 2012
Amazing DVD documentaries
This is a very well done documentary on Israel's struggle to survive. The main movie sums up all the other DVD's well enough that the other DVD's in the set are superfluous if one is pressed for time, or if you want to share it with someone with a short attention span. The individual documentaries show more actual footage of the wars, which could be disturbing for children. Overall it is a well-balanced presentation.
June 20, 2012