The Seventh Day Revelations from the Lost Pages of History 5 Part Series
Name:The Seventh Day Revelations from the Lost Pages of History 5 Part Series
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The Seventh Day - Revelations from the Lost Pages of History - 5 Part Series
* Source - DVDRip
* Video format - NTSC
* Audio format - English AC3 2ch
* Summary - Sweeping documentary on the Biblical origin and history of the Seventh Day Sabbath. Hosted by Hal Holbrook.
Overview - Part One
Views of human beginnings from Babylonian and Aztec myths as well as from the Bible and the Koran.
2. The Evolution Explanation
Darwin's theory of evolution challenges traditional view of origins.
3. Beyond Chance
A case against blind chance as a logical explanation of human origins.
4. Intelligent Designer
The Bible's portrayal of Creation and the Creator.
5. The Architecture of Time
The week and the Sabbath in the structure of human life.
6. Point of Contact
The weekly Sabbath in man's relationship to God.
7. A Day for All Mankind
The universal and perpetual purpose for the weekly day of rest.
8. Unholy Sabbath
National disaster strikes the "chosen people" due, in part, to their neglect of the Sabbath.
9. Sabbath Around the World
Somehow the concept of Sabbath extended into the culture and language of many peoples.
Revival of Sabbath observance among the Jews who returned from exile results in acts of heroism and tragedy.
Overview - Part Two
1. Religion in Rome
A summary view of Roman religions during the time of Jesus.
2. The Jewish Sabbath
Strict Sabbath-keeping marked the Jews as unique.
3. The Sabbath Reformer
The Bible portrays Jesus as a revolutionary Sabbath keeper.
Jesus predicted the destruction of Jerusalem in AD 70 and the continuing Christian observance of the Sabbath.
5. Christians and Jews
The two groups shared a view of a personal God and of the weekly Sabbath, but Christians found new meaning in the holy day.
6. The Christian Sabbath
Clear evidence for Christian observance of the seventh-day Sabbath in the first century AD.
Second-century Christians in Alexandria and Rome begin observing the first day of the week instead of the Sabbath.
8. The Day of the Sun
Roman sun worship and its link to Christian Sunday observance.
9. Sunday Law
Constantine legalizes Sunday as the weekly day of rest in the Roman Empire.
10. Sabbath Survives
Proof of seventh-day (Saturday) Sabbath observance into the middle of the fourth century.
Overview - Part Three
1. Celtic Christianity
The religious background to the story of St. Patrick.
2. The Real Patrick
Once a slave in Ireland, Patrick responds to a divine call and returns to the Emerald Isle as a missionary.
3. Celtic Sabbath
Saturday observed as Sabbath by Celtic Christians.
4. Margaret of Scotland
Margaret comes from England, Marries King Malcolm, and attempts to reform Sunday observance in Scotland.
5. Assault on the Sabbath
The Church of Rome promotes the Sabbath (Saturday) fast as an expression of anti-Jewish sentiments.
6. Power Struggle
The Sabbath fast becomes a key issue in the rivalry between church leaders in Rime and Constantinople.
The "letter from heaven" threatens Sunday-breakers.
8. Fight for Truth
Resistance to church/state authority brings tragedy.
9. John Wycliffe: Champion of Conscience
An Oxford professor focuses new attention on the Bible as the supreme authority of Christian faith and practice.
10. The Lollards
They take Wycliffe's views to England and beyond.
11. The Church vs. the Bible
The church-state establishment opposes the spread of the Bible and the ideas of Wycliffe and the Lollards.
Overview - Part Four
1. Russian Reformation
This Sabbathkeeping movement reached to the highest levels of Russian society and led to fiery executions in Moscow's Red Square.
2. Sabbath vs. Sunday in Ethiopia
Jesuit missionaries succeeded in converting the Emperor to Roman Catholicism, but attempts to quash Sabbath-keeping resulted in civil war.
Civil and religious authorities united to root out "heresy."
4. Purging the Church in Spain
The "Catholic Monarchs", Ferdinand and Isabella, used the Spanish Inquisition to rid their church of Jewish heresies.
5. Portugal Exports the Inquisition
Inquisitors carried their campaign of religious persecution into the new territories of Portugal's expanding empire.
6. Authority: Sola Sciptura?
Protestant Reformers insisted on the authority of the sacred Scriptures, while Roman Catholic leaders defended their church's stand on Tradition.
Persecuted by Protestants and Catholics alike, these radical reformers stood for strict adherence to biblical teachings. Among them were champions of the seventh-day Sabbath.
8. The Seventh-day Sabbath in Scandinavia
Catholic leaders in Norway and Denmark tried to stamp out Sabbath observance among Catholic and Lutheran church members.
9. The Seventh-day Men
While many Puritan preachers promoted strict Sunday observance, other prominent Englishmen called for a return to the Sabbath of the Ten Commandments.
Overview - Part Five
1. Roger Williams and Religious Liberty
This nonconformist preacher established the Rhode Island colony on the foundation of freedom of conscience for everyone.
2. To the New World
A Sabbath-keeping Baptist couple emigrate from England to Rhode Island and help establish the first Seventh Day Baptist congregation in America.
3. A Song in the Wilderness
Conrad Beisel and his followers establish a Sabbath-keeping community on Pennsylvania's remote Cocalico Creek -- the Ephrata Cloister.
4. A Voice from Germany
Count Ludwig von Zinzendorf directs the Moravian mission to the North American Indians and inspires his community to keep the seventh-day Sabbath.
5. Advent Movement
A Seventh Day Baptist lady shares her Sabbath beliefs with an early Adventist minister, and this leads to the establishment of the Seventh-day Adventist church.
6. Kingdom of Heavenly Peace
19th-century China is shaken by the Taiping REvolution, a huge peasant revolt is shaped, in part, by biblical principles including observance of the seventh-day Sabbath.
7. Eskimo Prophet
In Alaska's Kobuk River valley a man named Maniilaq learns about "seventh-day resting" from the one he calls "the Grandfather".
8. The Shining One
Deep in the South American rain forest Chief Owkwa learns about the Sabbath from a bright celestial visitor.
The Sabbath has deep cultural roots in many parts of this continent, including Ghana and Kwazulu Natal.
10. Saving Sunday
The secularization of Sunday in 19th-century America leads some political and religious leaders to promote laws to protect Sunday as a national day of rest and worship.
11. Sabbath on Trial
People who observe Saturday as the Sabbath instead of Sunday often face financial hardship and legal trouble because of their beliefs.
12. People of the Sabbath
Although still a small minority, seventh-day Sabbath-keepers are increasing in number around the world.
Seventh-day Adventist theologians respond to critics who contend that observing the seventh-day Sabbath is legalistic or irrelevant for Christians today.
14. Eternal Sabbath
Bible prophecy points to the Sabbath as part of God's plan for a perfect world in the eternal future.
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