History & Archeology

Fascinating and inspiring documentaries and features, chronicling the story of our world.

  • Long Story Short

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    Long Story Short strips the bible back to its core presenting the story in a way that is accessible. Discovering the heartbeat of the Bible, without all the tradition and protocol of Western religion.
    The Bible’s a big book and, let’s be honest, it’s pretty hard to get your head around it all. L...

  • The Incredible Journey

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    [CC] The Incredible Journey is passionate about sharing the good news of Christ and preparing people for the soon coming of Jesus, offering Biblical answers to life’s questions.
    Pastor Gary Kent is an archaeologist who has excavated numerous sites throughout Israel and Jordan.
    As an internationa...

  • The Wilderness

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    The wilderness represents desolation, abandonment and contemplation. It is in the most desolate places where God has made His most significant appearances and where He speaks to people. ’The Wilderness’ explores the iconic stories from the Bible and New Testament that take place in the biblical ...

  • Sifting the Evidence

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    What does archaeology tell us about the historical accuracy of the Bible? Join host Dr Chris Sinkinson as he visits the great sites of the Holy Land, including the site of the original 'City of David'; the Temple Mount; Capernaum, where you can see the remnants of the Apostle Peter's house; and ...

  • Archaeology and Jesus

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    No place on earth has arrested the attention of adventurers and archaeologists like the Holy Land. But does what we dig up in Israel bear resemblance to the stories that we read about Jesus in the Gospels? To answer this question, Archaeology and Jesus follows two paths. You’ll explore the proce...

  • The Man of Galilee

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    Join Keith Garner as he asks questions about the life and impact of Jesus Christ in The Man of Galilee documentary series.
    The Sea of Galilee is shaped like a harp. It’s just 21 km long, 13 km at its widest and lies 200 m below sea level, with an average depth of just 25 m.
    In the first century,...

  • The Missionaries: The Zulus

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    The Anglo-Zulu War of 1879 was between the British Empire and the mighty Zulu Kingdom that sat next to the British colony of Natal, in Southern Africa. This titanic conflict was one of the most epic and dramatic events recorded in the annals of British history. What has ...