The Adventists Trilogy by Journey Films

Publisher: Journey Films

Product Code: DV-TAT

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Three dynamic films, capture as never before, the story of Seventh-day Adventists.

For the first time, in one collection, three films as seen on Public Television, from film maker Martin Doblmeier.

1. The Adventists explores the development of the Seventh-day Adventist church—an American-born religion whose members are some of the healthiest people on the planet.

2. The Adventists 2 is the story of how for more than a century Adventists have taken their health care message to the far reaches of the earth. Filmed on location in China, Malawi, Peru, and the Dominican Republic.

3. The Blueprint, the story of Adventist Education, takes the viewer into one of the largest faith-based school systems in the United States. Discover how the "whole child" approach to education—teaching body, mind, and spirit—is transforming lives.

All three films together! A great gift and way to share the Adventist faith.

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Birmingham, AL

Interesting but incomplete

The DVD quality was great. Overall, the trilogy is something I would recommend. Although the video was, for the most part, accurate. There were some inaccuracies included such as the statement that Ellen G. White was "the" founder of the SDA Church when there were many founders. I also felt it was inaccurate to call our "denomination" a religion since we are protestants and the religion is Christianity. Some of the comments by actual Adventist's seemed to leave out the reason for following a healthy lifestyle and doing missionary work. I believe the overall majority of Adventists would say we do all of these things because of our love for the Lord and others.

The Adventists Trilogy by Journey Films