This video about how the Bible came to us is not only an exciting story of divine origin and preservation, but it is also one of amazing human dedication, patience, and ultimate self-sacrifice!
Host Dr. Paul Karleen takes viewers on a most informative video journey from the earliest days of writing through several thousand years to the mass printing and distribution of the English Bible. With recreated scenes, drama, and narrative, the video unfolds in a most exciting way. Clay cuneiform tablets, the making of Papyrus, the first alphabet, and other developments in writing demonstrate how the original authors penned the Holy Scriptures.
The faith-motivated and often painful human struggle to get the Bible into the hands of the common people is shown through the personal stories of great men such as John Wycliffe, William Tyndale, and Martin Luther.
Questions concerning the preservation and accuracy of the biblical text are answered within the story of the Dead Sea Scrolls, modern biblical archaeology, and historical documentation. This drama about our biblical heritage continues by showing how the advent of the printing press and reformation movement presented new opportunities for the advancement of the Scriptures.
You’ll find this first in The Greatest Book Video Series an excellent biblical resource and study help. The video is ideal for educational presentations to adults and children over the age of 8. Application may include Sunday School classes, home or church Bible studies, any type of church presentation, and it is a great video to share with friends.