Drive Thru History: The GospelsPosted: January 10, 2017
Last update: 20170527
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If you want to know more about Jesus Christ then Drive Thru History: The Gospels is something for you.
What is Drive Thru History: The Gospel?
A TV program series with 18 action-packed episodes delve into the history, archaeology, geography, and art surrounding the birth, ministry, death, and resurrection of Jesus. Like you’ve come to expect from Drive Thru History®, these shows are fun, adventurous, and family-friendly. However, we think there is no better educational coverage of the Gospels available today! As a bonus, Dave takes you and your family on a unique driving tour of Israel to experience the actual places where Jesus traveled and taught.
Each episode lasts about 27 minutes. The whole series is less than 9 hours. It is a great show. Thanks Dave.
I learnt about this TV program series from a friend. It is one of the Drive Thru History with Dave Stotts series produced by ColderWater Media. It maybe available on TV channel in your region. The series is also available in DVDs at Amazon.com.
You can watch it by browsing the Trinity Broadcasting Network website at www.itbn.org. The series can be found by clicking Program and then Educational, or by searching Drive Thru History. TBN uses CDN to stream the videos and the quality is good. Thanks TBN.
Please find below the list of the 18 episodes:
Episode 1: The Historical Landscape
Episode 2: The Announcements
Episode 3: Jesus is Born
Episode 4: Jesus Grows Up
Episode 5: Jesus Starts His Ministry
Episode 6: Jesus Returns to Galilee
Episode 7: Jesus Begins His Miracles
Episode 8: Jesus Teaches with Authority
Episode 9: The Sermon on the Mount
Episode 10: Jesus Travels the Sea of Galilee
Episode 11: Jesus Travels North
Episode 12: A Final Trip to Jerusalem
Episode 13: Jesus Arrives in Jerusalem
Episode 14: The Last Supper
Episode 15: The Trial of Jesus
Episode 16: The Crucifixion of Jesus
Episode 17: The Resurrection of Jesus
Episode 18: Who is Jesus?
Some quick notes:
a.iPhone/iPad: use Safari, click the video and it plays! English subtitle is available.
b.Android device: use Firefox or Chrome, click the video and then it will ask you to install Hook which is a video player for Android developed by Ooyala. English subtitle is available.
c.MacBook: use Safari, click the video and it plays. If you hear strange audio like many people talking in different languages, then you can stop the strange audio by pausing the videos in all the eleven live channels!
And he asked them, “But who do you say that I am?” Peter answered him, “You are the Christ.” Mark 8:29