Today, just in time for Easter, A&E Home Entertainment will release the perennially best-selling 2-disc edition of Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years, which takes a comprehensive look at the events and people who have both influenced and been a part of the faith’s evolution and epic journey. To celebrate the new release, FilmFetish is giving away two copies of the 2-disc set to FilmFetish readers.
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- Reply to this post and name the best six religious-themed films ever made, using my list RIGHT HERE as a starting point. However, your titles don’t all necessarily have to be on my list for this contest.
I’ll be running this contest through Wednesday, March 31, 2010.
More about Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years
From the Crucifixion to the Crusades, the Reformation to the sweeping changes of Vatican II, Christianity: The First Two Thousand Years takes a comprehensive look at the events and people who have both influenced and been a part of the faith’s evolution and epic journey. On March 16th, just in time for Easter, A&E Home Entertainment will releases this perennially best-selling 2-disc set in sleek new packaging.
Drawing on ancient texts, the Scriptures, commentary from renowned scholars, and visits to the Holy Land and sites such as Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia, Christianity is the most complete account of the history of one of the world’s most important religions. Chronicling more than the events and personalities that left indelible marks on the landscape of faith, but also the forces behind them, this sweeping collection is a panoramic journey through twenty centuries of belief and conflict.
Run Time: 6 hours and 40 minutes
Format: DVD/2 Discs
DVD Release Date: March 16, 2010