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Jonathan Cahn's Biblical Teachings Set Volume 2 (DVD)

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The Volume 2 boxed set includes three DVD's:

The Secret of the Eighth Day (Movie)

One of the most amazing of biblical mysteries revealed: the mystery of the Eighth Day and the Eighth Age, from the seven steps of Ezekiel to the mystery of Shemini Atzeret, and to the actual entering of the eighth day following the Millennium.

 

The Mishkan Clue (Movie)

Examine the "theories" of the Messiah's birth. It's a spiritual journey, a quest, to discovering a mystery from the ancient writings of the rabbis to unlocking hidden clues in the writings of the early church fathers. Learn the meaning behind the original Tabernacle (Mishkan) as God's dwelling place

 

The Mystery of the Ilanot (Movie)

The plan of the ages as hidden in the mystery of the law of the trees, the olive tree mystery, the fig tree mystery, the four and five ages, the mystery of the realms, the law of the spiritual and physical resurrections, the rebirth of the messianic movement and the rebirth of Israel.

 

Product Details

  • Actor: Jonathan Cahn
  • Director: George Escobar
  • Format: DVD NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only)
  • Release Date: May 19, 2014
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Studio: WND Films
  • Run Time: 179 minutes

About the Producer

George Escobar is vice president of WND Films and TV in charge of programming, production and strategy. Escobar directed "The Isaiah 9:10 Judgment" for WND Films. He is co-founder of Advent Film Group, whose inaugural movie, "Come What May," was seen by over 3.5 million people online and on TV. Advent's new films for 2013 include "Hero," 'The Screenwriters" and "Alone Yet Not Alone," produced for Enthuse Entertainment.

Escobar was vice president for Discovery, executive director for AOL and a producing fellow at the American Film Institute. He holds seven U.S. patents in technology and user interface design and has taught filmmaking to over 1,000 students. Escobar and his wife homeschooled their three sons from grades K-12.



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