People of Faith

DVD Release: September 13, 2011
People of Faith
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Synopsis

Survey the history of Christianity in the United States, from the pilgrims to the present, in this stunning DVD series. You’ll gain valuable perspective on the people and ideas that shaped America and see how it came to be the first nation in history based upon the ideal of religious liberty.

Dove Review

“People of Faith” offers thought-provoking commentaries from a variety of scholars. It is a wealth of information for scholars and laymen who desire to learn more about the influence of faith in America.

Leaders and visionaries from all walks of life have influenced our history from the beginning of our nation until the present day. This six-episode series features many of these great men and women, including Harriet Beecher Stowe, Jonathan Edwards, Martin Luther King Jr., and Billy Graham.

The collection focuses on key events in history and pivotal controversies, which have been a force for change both spiritually and socially in the land. The series discusses the Abolitionist Movement, Prohibition Era, Vatican II, Civil Rights Movement and the Pro-Life Movement.

“People of Faith” is an insightful resource, which presents a well-balanced viewpoint from a wide array of scholars. It would be useful in a class room setting, as well as for personal viewing, and we are happy to approve it for all ages.

Content Description

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Violence: Historical view on past events; civil rights, abortion, and slavery
Drugs: none
Nudity: none
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Info

Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Writer: Steve Rabey
Producer: Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 180 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Starring: Maurice England
Reviewer: Nancy Bouwens