Epic: A Journey Through Church History, DVD Set

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Epic: A Journey Through Church History, DVD Set

by Steve Weidenkopf

Journey through the history of Catholicism! This exciting 20-part DVD series takes you through the major people, places and events that make up the history of the Catholic Church. You will see the glory of the Church founded by Christ and understand where you fit into this Epic story. Each 50 minute presentation is designed to accompany a lesson in the Epic: A Journey Through Church History Study Set, which contain the essential reading assignments, questions, and suggested responses for the study.

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Submitted on 03-24-2016

Our Bible Study group is up to the 13th session of the series and find it very informative, interesting and easy to understand. Our only criticism is that the information presented in the workbook and in the video presentation is not sufficient to answer the questions. Although there are books listed as resource for each section in reality it would be difficult to acquire and read these books prior to a lesson. A book with more information about the history with a chapter for each lesson to accompany the study program is needed.

Awesome study
Submitted on 06-25-2012

I have to say I believe EVERY Catholic should do this study after Great Adventure bible timeline by Jeff Cavins and if the bible timeline and the church history timeline were given in every church I think we would have alot less confused Catholics out there. It gives perspective of how far we’ve come as the body of Christ

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Submitted on 09-30-2010

This video series is incredibly thorough and interesting. Although the author is simply videotaped delivering this information to an audience, he is engaging and knowledgable. He adds interesting pieces of trivia. There is no doubt that he is an historic scholar on this information. It’s presented in a straightforward manner. He is not preaching our trying to convert the viewer to the Catholic religion; he just states what happened through history. I recommend the study set to go along with the CDs, having a reference map to look at is very helpful.

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