Darkness Before Dawn, by Walter Veith


Language: English
Release Date: 2017
Duration: 8.75 Hours
Publisher: Amazing Discoveries
Format: 3 DVD Set


0971. The Cornerstone of Protestantism
2017 marks the 500-year jubilee of the Protestant Reformation. Do we remember what led up to this important event that compelled Martin Luther to nail the 95 Theses to the Wittenberg church door or have we lost track of why this really happened?

0972. The Atonement
Walter Veith will not only enlighten the viewers in regards to the Biblical viewpoint and the importance of a correct understanding of what the atonement is, but also what other religions such as Buddhism, Islam, and Catholicism are teaching in regards to this subject as well.

0973. Conflict to Communion
Has the time come for us to forgive and forget what led up to the Reformation? On the commemoration of the 500-year jubilee of the Reformation, on October 31, 2017, Catholics & Protestants buried the hatchet between them. Can truth be compromised on the altar of peace? How do we know which traditions are actually Biblical versus which are simply man-made traditions? This lecture will help you to see the importance of following the truth that can only be found in one place, the Bible.

0974. Appeal to the Protestant Brethren
“Declaration on the Way: Church, Ministry, and Eucharist” is the document that was be used on October 31, 2017 as the 500-year reformation was commemorated and the peace agreement between the Protestant and Catholic churches was made.The question is, should unity be more important than doctrine?

0975. The Meaning of Rest
This lecture will enlighten you on the establishment of the Sabbath and how it used to be kept in many places around the world, how the day was changed and why. What did the reformers think of the seventh day Sabbath? Does it really matter which day we keep as long as we believe in Jesus?

Additional information

Weight 0.163 kg
Dimensions 19 × 13.5 × 1.4 cm






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