Step back to the most important times in history in Drive Thru History with David Stotts #3: Miracles, Messiah and the Roman Empire, From Bethlehem to Caesarea. Tour guide Dave Stotts will fascinate you with entertaining, on-location stories explaining the star of Bethlehem, Peter's confession, and more. Approximately 90 minutes on DVD.
Three episodes include:
Prophecies of the Messiah, and Bethlehem
Episode 2: Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Capernaum, Synagogue at Capernaum
Episode 3: Caesarea Philippi and Caesarea Maritima
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In a style all his own, Dave Stotts---host and editor of Drive Thru History---speeds through the ancient world of the Bible, delivering a fast-paced encounter with the people, places and events that have shaped our world and the Christian faith. Recommended family entertainment by The Dove Foundation, Stotts' Drive Thru History series includes on-location explorations, plus loads of animations and narration that's definitely 'outside the classroom.' From the confession of Peter, to the transfiguration of Jesus, to the important events in Jerusalem during the life of Christ, you will experience a visually exciting journey to the land of the Bible, revealing the history and culture behind the stories of Scripture. The video also includes a PDF for each episode containing discussion questions designed for groups and families. Miracles, Messiah, and the Roman Empire includes: Episode 1: Transition to New Testament, Prophecies of the Messiah, and Bethlehem (including the Church of Nativity, Shepherds Field, and the Star of Bethlehem) Episode 2: Nazareth, Sea of Galilee, Jesus' Boat, Capernaum, the House of Peter, Synagogue at Capernaum, and Tabgha Episode 3: Caesarea Philippi and Caesarea Maritima
Dave Stotts, host and editor of Drive Thru History, has 12 years working in Christian media production. His work has taken him to 27 countries to shoot and edit award-winning documentaries. Dave lives in Dallas, Texas, with his wife, Rebekah, and their two sons.