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The Gospel of Mark DVD - Giveaway

While the word of God can be read and discussed as well as preached, often there can still be a disconnection with the word. Seeing a visual moving picture fills in so many details that are unsaid with the word. This makes for a better understanding of the landscape, the style of the day as well as societal actions we may not be aware of just by hearing or reading. This is the case with The Gospel of Mark.

Following last year’s The Gospel of John comes the second installment in the renowned Gospel film series, The Gospel of Mark, arriving on DVD at Walmart, Digital HD and On Demand March 14 from Lionsgate. Just in time for Easter, the second book of The New Testament comes to life for the first time with a truly unique, word-for-word adaptation that uses the Gospel narrative as its script. Shot on location in Morocco with consultation from expert theologians and biblical scholars and produced by the Lumo Project, the film was given the Dove Faith Friendly Seal for 12+. The Gospel of Mark DVD is packed with behind-the-scenes bonus features and will be available for the suggested retail price of $14.98.
According to The Gospel of Mark, Jesus is a heroic man of action, an exorcist, healer, and miracle worker — the Son of God who keeps his identity secret. This critically acclaimed, epic production — five years in the making — is based on the latest theological, historical, and archaeological research, and offers an unforgettable, highly authentic telling of the Jesus story — ending with the empty tomb, a promise to meet again in Galilee, and Jesus’s instructions to spread the good news of the resurrection.
  • “Deconstructing a Scene” Featurette 
  • “Building Jerusalem” Featurette 
  • “Composing the Gospels” Featurette 
  • “Filming the Gospels” Featurette 
  • “Narrating the Gospels” Featurette
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I like the insightful way the book of James emphasizes a vital Christianity, with good deeds, faith and a consistent lifestyle, by using Jesus' teachings in the Sermon on the Mount.

I like the way Luke's Gospel reinforces the faith of believers and responds to the attacks of others, by showing the teachings of Jesus to the Gentile Christians.

I find it interesting and informative, when Samuel shows God's starting of an Israel political system and the tragedy of its first king, Saul.

I favorite Mark:s Gospel, because he prepares his readers for the hardship and abuses of the Roman church as he expresses the life of our Lord.

I like the wisdom of Ecclesiastes in the examination of the human experience and situation.

I like how the book of Job expresses the account of a principled man who suffers under horrible circumstances.

My favorite is the book of Acts.

My favorite is Job.

I especially love the gospel of Matthew.

John is my favorite book =)



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