This DVD contains some astounding information on the way Jesus handled the interaction between the rich and poor amongst his people. When Jesus enjoyed dinner one Sabbath, at the house of a Pharisee, the poor people, as was the custom of the day, stood in the doors of the dining room to watch and listen. A man who suffered from dropsy gave Jesus the opportunity to address the invited guests while the uninvited guests looked on. Watch this DVD, presented by Dr. Randall Smith on tour in Israel and filmed in a Roma Villa at the ancient city Zippori, to gain insight into the background of Scriptures such as Luke 14 to 17.
Zippori is within walking distance of Jesus’ hometown, Nazareth. Is that possibly where Jesus practiced his trade until aged 30, together with his father?
The DVD is richly illustrated by paintings done especially by artist, Dot Henegan, as well as from the gallery of James Tissot (1836 – 1902). In addition, due to the latest video colour restoration techniques, the viewer can enjoy the original vibrant colours of each stone in the mosaic on the floor of the Roman Villa.