These are the torrent files for the following Bible movies
Gospel of John DVD 1 and 2
Jesus of Nazareth DVD 1 and 2
The Apocalypse (2002) DVD
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Samson and Delilah DVD
End Times (2002) DVD
Apocalypse (1998) DVD
Creation Seminar - Kent Hovind – DivX
Unlocking the Mystery of Life DVD
Secrets of the Bible Code Revealed DVD
Secrets of the Bible Code Revealed DivX
Bible Codes (Yacov Rambsel)
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Chuck Missler Genesis - MP3 Commentary and slideshow
Chuck Missler Cosmic Codes
Chuck Missler - Learn the Bible 24hrs
Chuck Missler - Daniel - MP3 Commentary and slideshow
Runtime: 3 hrs. 6 min.
Subs: English, Spanish, French.
The Old Testament story of Abraham and the trials he endures. Commanded by God to lead his family to the promised land of Canaan with the promise that if he does so, his descendants will become a great and numerous tribe. His obedience, as well as that of his children and grandchildren, is severely tested as they prove their faith to God.
Gospel of John DVD 1 and 2:
This widely acclaimed motion picture is a meticulous recreation of the turbulent era of Jesus and the events that changed the course of history! Narrated by Golden Globe nominee Christopher Plummer (Best Supporting Actor, AMERICAN TRAGEDY, 2000), its the bold and powerful story of Jesus as told by his disciple John. The best-loved but least understood of the gospels, John presents a uniquely human portrait of courage and passion encompassing Jesus' entire three-year ministry, the final years of his life. Intimate and reflective, THE GOSPEL OF JOHN offers an unparalleled opportunity to experience the incomparable life and times of Jesus Christ.
The young Jeremiah grows up in a priest's family in the village of Anathoth, near Jerusalem. God appears to Jeremiah in different human guises on several occasions, and makes it clear to him that he has been selected to announce God's message to the people of Jerusalem: a mighty ruler from the north will attack the Kingdom of Judah if the people there continue to worship false idols, and fail to remember the One God. No-one in Anathoth believes Jeremiah's prophecy, however. Instead, he is accused of blasphemy and is physically attacked - and not even his family comes to his aid. Nevertheless, with the help of Baruch, a temple scribe who hears Jeremiah's first sermon and becomes his disciple, Jeremiah succeeds in announcing the word of God. The prophet's message of impending doom incurs only the wrath and rejection of the ruling classes, the priesthood and the King. Jeremiah can find no audience and lands up in captivity again - but even though he even has to leave his true love for Judith to fate, he still sticks firmly to his mission. It is only when war with the enemy forces from Babylon seems inevitable that the people of Jerusalem start to grow restless, and Jeremiah gradually starts to win support. However the King, who is taking the advice of the false prophet Hananiah, is certain that the country's powerful neighbors, the Egyptians, will come to his assistance. Shortly afterwards, however, the Babylonians lay siege to the Holy City. Although the King now believes Jeremiah, he still finds it impossible to make the decision to surrender the city. Jerusalem goes up in flames, and the people are led off into exile in Babylon.
Jesus of Nazareth DVD 1 and 2:
Imdb user rating 8.5/10 (1,408 votes)
Amazon.com essential video
Originally made for TV in 1977, this in-depth (six hours plus) version of Jesus' life is so thorough that the first hour is devoted solely to the story of his birth. The film doesn't skimp on some of the other landmark events of this famous story either. Director Franco Zeffirelli gives more than 12 minutes screen time each to the Last Supper and the Crucifixion. Passages of the Bible are quoted verbatim, the locations have a Palestine-like authenticity, and, aside from some of the principals (Robert Powell as Jesus, Olivia Hussey as Mary, and Stacy Keach as Barabbas), and many of the non-Roman characters are actually played by Semitic-looking actors. Zeffirelli diligently provides the sociopolitical background that gave rise to Jesus' following and the crisis in belief it caused for the people of Israel (and one or two Romans). While not graphic by today's standards, some of the scenes--baby boys were being ripped from their mothers' arms and slaughtered, nails being driven into Jesus' hands--may disturb young and/or sensitive children. --Kimberly Heinrichs
Subtitles in English and Spanish
Solomon is the tale of the king of Israel who rules his land with love, peace, and respect. When he meets the Queen of Sheba, her beauty and charm immediately smite him, and he falls hopelessly in love. Against his wishes and desires, she must return to her homeland, leaving the King in a state of deep depression, inevitably leading his kingdom to the verge of collapse.
"Richard Harris, in one of his last performances, stars as the Apostle John in this gripping biblical drama. As the only living witness to Christ's crucifixion, John is visited in his Roman prison by a young Christian woman to whom he gives the written records of his visions that would become the Book of Revelation. With Vittoria Belvedere, Benjamin Sadler, Christian Kohlund."
"Veteran actor Richard Harris portrays the apostle John, who has spent the last few years being held captive by the emperor of Rome. From the depths of captivity, John attempts to spread the word of the Lord to anyone and everyone who expresses interest. When a young Christian woman manages to reach John, she's given his many journals filled with past experiences, which later become the Book of Revelations."
Runtime: 3 hrs. 10 min.
Subs: English, Spanish, French.
Amazon Review (edited): by Alejandra Vernon
This is a marvelous production, filmed in Morocco, with wonderful costumes, textiles, and rustic sets, making this telling of King David's life visually believable. It has some standout performances, and Nathaniel Parker, always a favorite of mine, fares well as Israel's second king. As Saul, the casting of Jonathan Pryce is an odd choice (Saul was "a head taller than his people" and there was "not a man more handsome than he") but it works, and he is exceptional as the tormented and demented king. Gideon Turner is very good as the young David, Dominic Rowan is a great bit of casting as Absalom, and as Joab, Maurice Roeves is terrific. Other notables play the two prophets, Leonard Nimoy, in an appealing and powerful portrayal of Samuel, and Franco Nero as a handsome Nathan.
The photography is lovely (by Raffaele Mertes) and the melodic score by Carlo Siliotto enhances the mood(the final title music is by Ennio Morricone).The story line picks up at 1 Samuel, Chapter 9, with Saul looking for his father's mules, and proceeds through much of both books of Samuel, often being quite faithful to them. It is interspersed with the occasional Psalm, and writer Larry Gross has blended scripture and dialogue quite effectively. It is interesting to watch this with Bible in hand, to see just how cleverly this has been done. There are some moving scenes, like David's anointing, and his proposal to Abigail (played by the beautiful Lina Sastri). This is a way above-average film for television. There are a few gory battle scenes that would be too violent for the very young, but otherwise this is an excellent family film for older children, with the complexity of King David making it a fascinating story for discussion and repeated viewings.
Runtime: 90 min.
The town of Auburn was always normal, to say the least. True, the people there weren't really a "community", but they never noticed...until a stranger named Joshua rolled into town one morning. In small ways, Joshua began to help out around the town-helping a teen play guitar, helping save a marriage in danger, or teaching a bumbling priest how to speak about faith. An old Baptist church that came down in a storm is his next big project. With the help of stuttering Theo, who dreams of being a preacher, he brings the town together to restore the old building. In this way, the whole town unites and becomes a community. This attracts the attention of Father Tordone, who is a bitter man due to the fact that he lost a position in the Vatican. When the mysterious Joshua begins to show up in two places at once and miraculously cures a blind woman, Father Tordone believes Joshua is a false prophet, trying to cheat people. When his next huge miracle-reviving Theo from death after he falls from the roof of the newly completed church-overwhelms the town, Father Tordone seeks out an official condemnation from the Vatican. But Joshua melts his icy heart, and the reformed Father becomes a Vatican member. Joshua sees the Pope himself and reveals himself as Jesus! After his meeting, Joshua leaves-but the people of Auburn, with their dreams fulfilled and their happiness increased.
In this inspiring tale from the biblical book of Genesis, young shepherd Jacob (Matthew Modine) falls in love with and wants to marry pretty Rachel (Lara Flynn Boyle), the daughter of his Uncle Laban (Giancarlo Giannini). Lacking a dowry, Jacob toils seven years as his uncle's indentured servant to win Rachel's Hand -- only to have the calculating Laban dupe him into another seven years of labor.
Joseph (Paul Mercurio) was cast into a pit by his jealous brothers and pled for mercy, but the brothers turned a deaf ear and sold their youngest sibling into slavery in Egypt. There, Joseph used his gift for divining dreams to become Pharaoh's most trusted aide, saving Egypt from seven years of famine. When his brothers traveled to Egypt in search of food, they ran straight into? A forgiving Joseph! Ben Kingsley and Martin Landau co-star.
Pharaoh Ramses decrees the death of all Hebrew children, but Moses, placed in a basket in the Nile by his mother, is taken by a royal princess and raised as the brother of the heir to the throne of Egypt, Memefta. Moses is called by God to lead his people from Egypt to the Promised Land. A very reluctant prophet, feeling unworthy of the call, Moses accepts the task. After a series of plagues Memefta agrees to let the Hebrews go. With second thoughts, he pursues them to annihilation of his army in the parting of the Red Sea. Starvation is averted by manna from heaven, the Ten Commandments are given the people through Moses, and they go astray with worship of the golden calf. Forty years of wandering in the wilderness, until finally they reach what will be their home (which Moses lives to see but not to enter).
Dennis Hopper and Diana Rigg star as the biblical Samson and his nefarious lady-in-waiting, Delilah, in this retelling of the age-old story. Gifted with enormous strengths that also leave him vulnerable to the selfishness of others, Samson soon learns what kind of person Delilah truly is. He must prove himself a hero during his darkest hours by avoiding Delilah's wily ways once and for all and staying true to his God-fearing spirit.
Learn about the events prophesied in the Book of Revelations, which proclaimed that the end is nigh. This program depicts worldwide occurrences of war, disease and natural disasters that are believed to signal the coming of the Apocalypse. Includes commentary by Ed Hindson, Thomas Ice, Larry Poland and Tim LaHaye.
Bronson (Richard Nester) and Helen (Leigh Lewis) are journalists reporting on the beginning of a war in the Middle East. But right in front of their eyes, something unexpected happens: Millions of people disappear without a trace. When a new and enigmatic leader appears at the head of the European Union, performing miracles and claiming to be God, the couple find themselves wrapped in a mystery of biblical proportions.
Dr. Hovind's Creation Seminar Series is his most popular set of videos. God has used the message it presents to bring thousands of people closer to Him.
In This 17-hour series:
Part 1, the Age of the Earth
Giving scientific evidence to prove a literal six-day creation, Dr. Kent Hovind refutes evolution's proposition that the earth has evolved over billions of years. The first of seven in the seminar series, The Age of the Earth, uncovers the follies of the Big Bang theory as well as exposing the religious beliefs of evolution. 126 minutes.
Part 2, the Garden of Eden
The Garden of Eden, part two of the seminar series, describes the earth as it was before the worldwide flood. Dr. Hovind explains in detail how it was possible for man to live over 900 years, for plants and animals to grow much larger than today, and for dinosaurs to thrive along with man. 137 minutes.
Part 3, Dinosaurs and the Bible
For many years, some thought the existence of dinosaurs discredited the Biblical account of creation. In part three of the seminar series, Dinosaurs and the Bible, Dr. Hovind traces the Biblical and historical references to dinosaurs and interviews people who claim they have seen living dinosaurs. 157 minutes.
Part 4, Lies in the Textbooks
In part four of the seminar series, Dr. Hovind shows how public school textbooks are permeated with fraudulent information in order to convince students that evolution is true. Lies in the Textbooks is a must-see for every public school student, teacher, parent and school board member. 175 minutes.
Part 5, the Dangers of Evolution
In The Dangers of Evolution, Dr. Hovind reveals the terrible effects that evolutionary beliefs have had on societies throughout history. Giving examples of evolution-based philosophies being used to rationalize the brutal acts of rulers, he exposes evolutionary propaganda in its effort toward the "New World Order." 152 minutes.
Part 6, the Hovind Theory
The Hovind Theory blends scientific observations with Scripture in a fascinating explanation of what caused Noah's Flood, the Ice Age, the formation of coal, mountain ranges, and the Grand Canyon. Dr. Hovind gives logical answers to the physical anomalies that geologists cannot explain with the evolutionary theory. 104 minutes.
Part 7, Question and Answer Session
The last in the seminar series, Questions and Answers, covers a variety of topics including radiometric dating and the speed of light in relation to star distance. In addition to "primitive man" and race origins, Dr. Hovind discusses the mark of the beast and supposed contradictions in the Bible. 180 minutes.
The encrypted text within the Hebrew Bible has correctly predicted much of history. Can we believe its future prophecies? This two-disc set explores the mystery of the Bible Code, one of the most incredible discoveries of the 20th century. The compelling, thorough documentary covers the events that led to the computer-fueled discovery, the scientific evidence that supports the Bible Code and the significance of these fascinating findings.
This is the interview with Yacov Rambsel done on the show "It's Supernatural", The guy doing the interview (Sid Roth) is kind of nutty but Yacov Rambsel is an amazing person, he does all the ELS code searches by hand, no computer.
Is life on Earth the product of purely undirected processes like time, chance and natural selection? Or, can the origin and diversity of living organisms be traced to an intelligent cause? Unlocking the Mystery of Life explores these timeless questions and presents compelling evidence to support an idea that could revolutionize scientific thought - the theory of intelligent design.
Chuck Missler Genesis - MP3 Commentary and slideshow
Recent breakthroughs in the fields of physics, technology and biology led Chuck Missler to update and re-record this wonderful study in Genesis. With over 24 hours of teaching, this verse-by-verse study of the book of Genesis has been one of our most sought-after and best-selling series in the history of Koinonia House.
Pulling back the veil of prehistory, Chuck will take you on a journey into the very nature of our universe, exploring the mechanics of creation, time and space, the physics of eternity and the intricate design of God's wonderful plan for our salvation
This foundational study begins where any true adventure does...
"In the Beginning".
# Over 24 hours of Verse-by-Verse audio teaching through the book of Genesis as MP3 files.
# 24 individual slideshow presentations.
The Genesis Commentary includes the following studies:
* Genesis Session 1- Introduction, The Book of Beginnings, Is the Bible Inerrant?
* Genesis Session 2- Day One, Satan, the Mysteries of Light.
* Genesis Session 3- 2nd Day, The Fabric of Space, Stretching the Heavens, Hyper dimensions, Boundaries of Reality.
* Genesis Session 4- 3rd Day, Dry Land, Seas, Vegetation, the Water Molecule, The Cell Revealed.
* Genesis Session 5- 4th Day, the Nebular Hypothesis, the Long Day of Joshua, Signs in the Heavens.
* Genesis Session 6- 5th Day, the Mystery of Life.
* Genesis Session 7- 6th Day, the Architecture of Man, the Nature of Time.
* Genesis Session 8- 7th Day, the Sabbath.
* Genesis Session 9- Chapter 3, the Seed Plot of the Entire Bible.
* Genesis Session 10- Chapters 4 & 5, the 2nd Murder, the Geneology of Noah.
* Genesis Session 11- Chapter 6, the Days of Noah.
* Genesis Session 12- Chapters 7 & 8, the Flood.
* Genesis Session 13- Chapters 9 & 10, the Post-Flood World.
* Genesis Session 14- Chapter 11, the Tower of Bab-El.
* Genesis Session 15- Chapters 12 - 15, the Call of Abraham.
* Genesis Session 16- Chapters 16 - 20, the Walk of Abraham.
* Genesis Session 17- Chapters 21, 22, 24, the Birth of Isaac, the Offering of Isaac, A Bride for Isaac.
* Genesis Session 18- Chapters 23, 25-27, The Death of Sarah, Birth of Esau and Jacob, The Covenant Confirmed, The Stolen Blessing.
* Genesis Session 19- Chapters 28-31, Jacob at Bethel, Leah and Rachel, Sons of Jacob, Jacob's Flight.
* Genesis Session 20- Chapters 32-36, Jacob's Wrestling, Jacob Reconciles With Esau, Dinah Avenged, Jacob Returns to Bethel, The Generations of Esau.
* Genesis Session 21- Chapters 37-39, Joseph's Dreams, Judah's Sin with Tamar (Review of Ruth), Joseph Imprisoned.
* Genesis Session 22- Chapters 40-45, Joseph in Egypt.
* Genesis Session 23- Chapters 46-48 & 50, the Family in Egypt.
* Genesis Session 24- Chapter 49, the Tribes Prophetically.
What has the science of cryptology revealed about these ancient texts? Is our universe itself a "digital message"?
Do these messages explain the interval between the miracle of our origin and the mystery of our destiny?
Read the implications of our finite universe and the shocking discoveries of quantum physics at the very boundaries of reality and learn their significance to our origin and personal destinies!
You will grow in excitement as Chuck Missler details astonishing hidden messages within the text of the Torah that could only have been placed there by the Great Author Himself. He explores the impact of information sciences on our understanding of ancient texts...including micro codes, macrocodes, and metacodes...as well as the highly controversial "equidistant letter sequences" discovered in the Bible. You will be able to use this exciting information to discover the hidden messages yourself because many of them do not require a computer to decipher.
This collection contains all four Cosmic Codes studies, which contains the all-new slideshows, and the complete set of notes in PDF format.
? Volume One - Introduction Chuck Missler reviews the history of cryptography - the study of secret codes - and the background of proposed interstellar languages.
? Volume Two - Micro codes: An exploration of Micro codes, the unique qualities of Hebrew that make it codeable.
? Volume Three - Macrocodes: A study of macrocodes, prophetic messages that God has given through symbolism and types.
? Volume Four - Metacodes: A study of metacodes, the codes that God has placed in nature - signals from the tenth dimension and the code of life.
Running Time: Approx 8 hours.
This comprehensive series of 24 one-hour studies will take you from the beginning of all things in Genesis to the final culmination in the Book of Revelation.
Obviously, the Bible is truly a lifetime study, but 24 intensive sessions can provide you the strategic grasp that often eludes a detailed study of selected passages. This comprehensive review will provide a perspective from which you can navigate the Scriptures to explore specific studies. One of the astonishing discoveries will be the integrity of the overall design which is visible only through such a comprehensive undertaking.
This set includes the MP3's and multimedia slides show presentation. Now it is easier than ever to build that firm foundation of God's Word
Chuck Missler - Daniel - MP3 Commentary and slideshow
The Book of Daniel contains the most amazing prophecies of the Bible, and is one of the most authenticating books of the Old Testament. The numerous detailed prophecies of the period of Gentile dominion make this one of the most important foundational studies for anyone who takes the Bible seriously.
* Over 20 hours of Verse-by-Verse audio teaching through the book of Daniel as MP3 files.
* 16 All-New Multimedia Slideshow Presentations!
* Extensive searchable study notes as PDF files.
* Daniel 1; Dare to be a Daniel - Introduction to the Book. Background, authentication, etc.
* Daniel 2; Nebuchadnezzar's Dream - The poly-metallic image; an overview of all the Gentile dominion on the Planet Earth. Daniel and his three friends avoid death penalty and get promoted.
* Daniel 3; Bow or Burn - Nebuchadnezzar's ego trip; the worship of his image.
* Daniel 4; Nebuchadnezzar's Testimony - The only chapter in the Bible written by a Gentile king.
* Daniel 5; The Fall of Babylon - The "handwriting on the wall" and the fall of Babylon to the Persians.
* The Mystery of Babylon - Babylon in Bible prophecy; its ultimate destruction; an update on current events; the "Mystery Babylon" of Revelation.
* Daniel 6; Daniel in the Lion's Den - How Daniel avoided the "mark of the beast."
* The Magi - A supplemental study on the background on the "Magi" and their role in the birth of Jesus Christ.
* Daniel 7; The Times of the Gentiles - The four empires which climax Gentile dominion on the Earth.
* European Update - An update of the emergent European Suprastate.
* Daniel 8; The Ram and the Goat - The succession of the Persian and Greek Empires and the rise of Alexander the Great.
* Foreshadowings of the final World Ruler. The Seventy Weeks of Daniel - The Most Amazing Prophecy in the Bible.
* Daniel 9A; the 69 Weeks - The Angel Gabriel predicts the precise day on which Jesus presented Himself as the "Meshiach Nagid" (The Messiah the King).
* Daniel 9B; The 70th Week of Daniel - The mysterious interval between the 69th and 70th "weeks" of Daniel and the final seven years of world history.
The Final Vision
* Daniel 10; The Dark Side - The spooky glimpse of the spiritual warfare that lies behind world events.
* Daniel 11; Coming Future Kingdoms - The amazing prediction of the conflicts between the Ptolemaic and Seleucid Empires and the emergence of the final World Leader.
* Daniel 12 - The Climax of All History