Sunday, June 5, 2016

{Review} Jesus Boat: Witness to Prophecy DVD

Recently my husband and I have been doing a lot of study of Bible prophecy between reading the Bible and studying what it has to say plus watching various documentaries. One of our favorites was an 18 part mini-series on the life of Jesus by Drive Thru History. 

Jesus Boat: Witness to Prophecy was fascinating as well. At first glance it seems like it is just going to be documentary about the discovery of an ancient boat found from about the first century. However, it was more than that. It shares the importance of Israel, how it became a nation again, why that is important, and how all of it has an important role in biblical prophecy.

There is commentary from Franklin Graham, Joel Rosenberg, Jay Sekulow, Skip Hietzig, and Chuck Smith. However, my favorite commentary were from the actual Jewish people living in Israel and how important this all was to them. 

From the back cover: 
The astounding prophetic rebirth of Israel is told through the discovery of an ancient and unlikely artifact found under the shores of the Sea of Galilee. A first century fishing boat, identical to the boat Jesus sailed upon with his disciples, was destroyed in the years Israel was destroyed by the Romans, but found 2000 years later in a series of astonishing events that even scientists called a miracle. Mirroring Israel's own story of devastation and survival, the boat from the time of Jesus, would rise against all odds and float upon the Sea of Galilee once more as the oldest surviving freshwater boat in the world.

You can purchase a copy of the video here.

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