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In our house the only thing we love more than each other is Christ. We absorb the word and love to watch faith based documenteries and films. They really help us gain a greater appreciation for the biblical stories we learned as children, acknowledge as adults, and pass down to our children and grandchildren. To serve we must first get a good understanding of why we serve and sometimes stories are conveyed better in film than on the written page.
I have a few favorite biblical figures, but I have a real soft spot for Luke. You see Luke brought us story of Jesus, a story of perfect love, and the ultimate sacrifice. Luke showed us we were absolutley adored, each of us just perfectly loved.
Following The Gospel of John and The Gospel of Mark comes the third installment in the renowned Gospel film series, Gospel of Luke DVD , arriving on DVD, Digital HD, and On Demand October 17 from Lionsgate. The third 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 Gospel series was given the Dove Faith Friendly Seal for 12+. The Gospel of Luke DVD will be available for the suggested retail price of $14.98.
What’s The Gospel Of Luke About?
The Gospel of Luke, more than any other, fits the category of ancient biography. Luke, as “narrator” of events, sees Jesus as the “Savior” of all people, always on the side of the needy and the deprived. Narrated in the NIV by British actor Richard E. Grant and in the KJV by Sir Derek Jacobi, this epic production — featuring specially constructed sets and the authentic countryside of Morocco — has been critically acclaimed by leading religious scholars as a unique and highly authentic telling of the Jesus story.