IS EVERY person created by God with intrinsic value, or are some people flowers while others are weeds? Robert Blaise, producer of the documentary Human Weeds, discusses the repackaging and rebranding of the eugenics movement.
IT MAY be a map to the greatest archaeological find in history. Jim Barfield, director of the Copper Scroll Project, and his colleague Chris Knightjoin us to discuss the controversial Copper Scroll, who wrote it, and what they were trying to preserve.
Shawn and Brian Chrisagis shouldn’t be here. They were born three months premature, spent two years in incubators, and survived life-threatening allergies to the sun, grass, clothes and all types of food. And yet, here they are in full-time music ministry.
What happens when you take a maverick archaeologist and a filmmaker and drop them into Petra? A film that probably wasn’t sanctioned by OSHA. Aaron Judkins and Ty Towriss discuss their “travelogumentary,” Qumran 2 Petra.
HE STARTED down a path that probably would have led to drugs, prison, or early death. Instead, he found the path to eternal life. Mondo de la Vega, Co-Host of The Jim Bakker Show, talks about the road he might have traveled, fatherhood, and the power of God’s love.
DIRECTIONS TO the treasures of Solomon’s Temple inscribed on a sheet of copper found at Qumran among the Dead Sea scrolls? Shelley Neese, author of The Copper Scroll Project, discusses what be the greatest archaeological find in history.