"Israel, A Journey of Light", a 6 part DVD series filmed entirely in Israel. We invite you to join host Rev. Dr. John Tweedie of Christians For Israel as he shows you Israel and the Jewish people as you may never have seen them before. Discover how God's ancient promise to Abraham has - and is - being fulfilled against all odds.
Imagine a world without the spiritual heritage of Moses and Jesus, the
scientific mind of Albert Einstein, the
great music of Leonard Bernstein, and the important work of Jonas Salk who
invented the polio vaccine or the invention of the modern cell phone.
Our world has been forever changed by one nation, a Jewish nation God called
Israel. The new 6 part DVD series titled "Israel, A Journey of Light"
examines how Israel has influenced the world as "a light to the nations" and
illustrates how Jewish ingenuity and innovation in the 20th and 21st
centuries have contributed to the well-being of humanity.
Understand how the laws and commandments of God, which Israel embraced, became
the foundation for much of what
we have come to cherish as citizens of modern democracies.
"Viewing Israel, A Journey of Light is like visiting that Holy Land in
person. In fact -- it's better, because no tour guide I've known can furnish
the kind of information, insight and pictorial beauty of this series. I
it for everyone who loves Israel and our God." - Mr. Pat Boone./ Singer
“The story of Israel is inspiring, complicated, uplifting, complex, emotional… and too often misrepresented and misunderstood. Israel: A Journey of Light is an amazing exploration of the real Israel – society, culture, history, politics, everything! – which helps to bring that reality to life in a moving and fascinating way. If you can find a better, more thorough film presenting the history of the Jewish people, their connection with the Land of Israel, the founding of the modern state of Israel and its continued flourishing – tell me, as I haven’t seen one.”
-- Aryeh Green, director of MediaCentral (www.m-central.org)
Format: Box set, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only.)
Number of discs: 6
Rated: NR (Not Rated)
DVD Release Date: November 16, 2010
Run Time: Each Disc approximately 60 min, 326 minutes total
Closed Caption: No