New DVD, 1st century drama

by InquiryMan 8 Replies latest watchtower beliefs

  • InquiryMan

    There has been a lot of focus on the DVD intended for children.

    However, another DVD was also released, a close to an hour drama depiticting the tale of two christian families in jerusalem.

    Has anyone seen it, or has parts or all of it been uploaded on youtube or a link providing a downloading or something similar?

    Just curious.

  • baltar447
  • blondie

    So how much editing and adding does this use; people not in the bible, dialogue recorded not found in the bible. Somehow the bible is not sufficient, jws needs cliff notes.

  • Phizzy

    "cliff notes" = the Bible as written by the GB, and 1st century mores, beliefs and practices as written by the GB (or more accurately the Writing Department).

    None of this is even close to the truth.

  • slimboyfat

    Someone said it was violent is that so?

  • InquiryMan

    it is written on the backside that it contains fighting, but that it does not glorify violence.

    Thanks a lot baltar 447 for providing the links..

    does anyone know btw if there still are any links featuring the history dvd 1 and 2 that can be downloaded?

  • maninthemiddle

    This DVD is basically just last years DC drama. IF you search for old post from last year we had a lot of discussion last year.

  • WTWizard

    Great. Another drama that benefits Jews that lived in the first century CE, but not for anyone living today. (And not for Gentiles of any age.) No wonder they are crumbling--everything they teach is about 2,000 years out of date.

    And now, it's even more out of date--anything encouraging people to not question anything went out the window with the Age of Pisces. Question everything, cross-reference every term that offends or bothers you, use as many of your own sources and search engines for your research as you feel like. Don't take my word for anything--cross-reference it yourself and see it for yourself. And, don't even think of taking the witlesses' word for anything without cross-referencing.

  • Billy the Ex-Bethelite

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