Immerse yourself in the history of the Bible as you experience three videos that transport you through the passages of time.
The Final Word
As illustrated throughout Passages, the Bible was preserved through immense toil and care, at tremendous expense, even loss of life, by two great monotheistic faiths - Judaism and Christianity. The Final Word depicts the transmission of the text over time and across the world like a runner with a baton-like scroll. One generation and culture passes the message on to another. The story is told in the words of the Bible - plain and simple.
The Luther Debate
The Reformation Theater allows visitors a front-row seat in hypothetica,l and sometimes heated, exchange between three giants in the church from the first half of the 16th century: Martin Luther, Desiderius Erasmus and Johann Eck. Each man represents a different perspective on the condition of the church.
One Solitary Book
There is one book that is unique, on book that has had greater impact than any other book in history. It was written by over 40 men and over a span of 1,500 years and has a timeless message for all people. This book is the most published and has been read by more people throughout every corner of the world. It is the best-selling book year after year. One Solitary Book has endured and thrived... it is the Bible.