• Navigating History: Egypt

    Western Conservatory

  • $12.93

  • Description

    A thrilling and fascinating combination of history, worldview, and
    travel adventure show, the 6-episode Navigating History: Egypt DVD
    series follows four young men on a tour through Egypt's history, from
    pharaohs and mummies, to the Roman Empire and the early Christian
    church, to modern-day Islam. From on horseback to inside rusty
    taxicabs, travel with them across Egypt's ancient deserts, inside
    pyramids, and through Cairo's winding alleys. Dig into history,
    geography, and current affairs, discovering the Biblical worldview
    keys to the oldest contiguous culture in the world.
    Learn how Islam swept the Middle East, and see what it looks like when
    it dominates a culture. Walk where Mark and Peter preached, and meet
    members of today's persecuted Church. Visit ancient temples, and find
    out why God commanded the Israelites never to return to Egypt.
    Experience the perspective of global travel, and uncover clues to the
    Bible's chronology along the way. 
    Exploring language, government, art, technology, archeology, creation
    and evolution, theology, the early church, jihad, Shariah law, and
    much more, these six episodes provide the worldview tools to analyze
    not just Egypt, but any culture, from a biblical perspective. Perfect
    for students, whole families, history buffs, or anyone who wants to
    master the ideas that have mastered the ancient and modern world.
    This three-DVD set includes six half-hour episodes with
    behind-the-scenes commentary, 25 video blogs, the original soundtrack
    by Benjamin Botkin, and much more.

Share this product