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|SINGLE VIDEOS & DVDs FOR
VCD-500 THE PASSOVER- (Y/A); 30 min.; Bible Video, 1986.
Zola Levitt, a Hebrew Christian scholar, explains the Passover meal from the lighting of the first candle to the final prayer.
VCD-502 SATANISM, WITCHCRAFT, THE OCCULT...WHAT EVERY TEEN MUST KNOW- (Y/A); 2 videos, 30 min. ea.; Guide; Brown/Roa, 1989.
. 1 & .2 A dynamic two-part program that explores the phenomena of occultic practices in the Western World. Contains the latest statistical and factual information with presentations from: state investigators, an exorcist, a Satanic abuse victim, and a warlock.
Takes viewer on a discovery
VCD-505 THE WORLD RELIGIONS: 600 B.C. TO A.D. 500- (JH/A); 26 min.; Guide; Landmark Films, Inc., 1983.
This program attempts to answer the question of how, why, and where organized religion replaced tribal and fertility gods. Religions included are: Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Judaism, Taoism, Zoroastrianism, and Islamism.
VCD-508 JEWISH/CHRISTIAN DIALOGUE: JEWISH FEASTS- (A); 120 min.; no guide; Alba House, 1993.
In a dialogue format, a priest and a Jewish rabbi explain and explore 4 important Jewish religious feasts: Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Succoth, and Pesach (Passover).
VCD-509 DOORWAYS TO DANGER- (Y); 24 min.; Guide; Gateway Films, 1990.
This program introduces the real-life stories and first-hand experiences of those who have been involved in the occult in its many forms and shows the way out from a Biblical and Christian perspective. Shows the dangers of spiritism, fortune-telling, witchcraft, magic, and Satanism.
VCD-510 MYTHS OF PASSOVER AND PASSOVER RITUALS- (A); 2 sessions; 3:35 and 4:09 min.; No Guide; Joseph M. Stallings,
Myths of Passover - Joseph Stallings explains some of the myths of Passover generated by misread Scripture and the painting of Leonardo da Vinci. Passover Rituals - Stallings explains the significance of Passover rituals and foods.
VCD-511 HOW DO YOU SPELL GOD?- (J/A); 32 min.; Guide; Oblate Media, 1996.
The video provides a unique perspective on the questions that every child asks about God. People of many different religions--Protestant Christians, Catholics, Jews, Buddhists, and Muslims--come together through animation and conversation to create a provocative discussion on the meaning of God in their lives. Animated stories include: The Carrot Seed, Three Blind Men and an Elephant, and Menaseh's Dream. This video would be helpful for teachers of children.
VCD-513 ISLAM- (A); 56 min.; No guide; Films for Humanities and Science, 2001.
Hans Kung, well-known theologian, maps out the history of Islam from its beginnings to the present day.
VCD-514 FUNDAMENTALISM AND VIOLENCE- (Y/A); 120 min. Guide; EcuFilm, 2001.
The video is a dialogue
Jewish, Christian, and Muslim
following the September 11th attack on the
SPIRITUALITY (RELIGIONS OF THE WORLD SERIES) -
50 min.; Guide; EcuFilm, 1998.