The Case for Christ's Resurrection, Book/DVD
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"There is growing proof that the events depicted in the Gospel accounts are true, with more evidence being revealed regularly, thanks to modern research, analysis and scientific advances," notes Dr. Gary Habermas, research professor and chair of the department of theology at Liberty University, who is also interviewed in the show. "Science, combined with written descriptions---by non-Christians---of the events of Jesus' life and death, make it clear that Christian beliefs are grounded in fact."
The DVD is approximately 120 minutes long (including bonus features) and comes with 3-D glasses.
David W. Balsiger is a television producer-director, international rights supervisor, advertising executive, and the author of 25 nonfiction books, to date. He is the head of the broadcast and licensing division of Grizzly Adams Productions, Inc.
Michael Minor is a practicing attorney and former prosecutor. He served as General Counsel for the American Shroud of Turin Research Project, Inc. and has been involved with Shroud research for many years.
Number of Pages: 172
Vendor: Bridge-Logos Publishing
Publication Date: 2007
|Dimensions: 7.00 X 4.25 X 0.75 (inches)|
Availability: In Stock
Matthew Rich3 Stars Out Of 5Shroud of Turin Resource - Not ExhaustiveApril 19, 2011Matthew RichQuality: 3Value: 4Meets Expectations: 2Thinking that I was purchasing a resource on the historicity of the resurrection, I was disappointed as I watched a video on the Shroud of Turin. If you would like to learn more on the Shroud, then the video and accompanying book will be of interest. Still, the video was not exhaustive in its approach of examing the facts behind the investigation of the authenticity of the Shroud of Turin. Also, the 3D experience will leave you lacking. There is no wow factor behind the use of the glasses and really no need for them except as a stunt to entice purchases. The image that you view is the Shroud, of course.
Joe Cantello4 Stars Out Of 5April 1, 2008Joe CantelloThe book gives a little more info than the DVD--but they spend alot of time on the Shroud of Turin and could have spent more time on other ways to 'prove' the resurrection.