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 Documentary: The Covenant and the Controversy

Covenant and Controversy Part I: The Great Rage

Throughout centuries, judenhass has found expression in political, religious and social contexts spanning continents and cultures without discernible cause or correlation. 'The Great Rage' is the first installment in this five-part series, which assesses these historical expressions of Jew-hatred and grapples with the modern progression of this international rage in present-day.

'Covenant and Controversy' is produced by FAI STUDIOS, exploring the history and theology of the enduring controversy over the Jewish people, the Land of Israel, and the city of Jerusalem.

'The Great Rage' features Dalton Thomas, Stephanie Quick, Joel Richardson, Dr. Michael Brown, Barry Horner, and Scott Volk.

Covenant and Controversy Part II The City of the Great King

A city known by many names, Jerusalem is a central character in the biblical narrative and redemptive history, yet she is burdened by competing ambitions. 'The City of the Great King' is the second installment in this five-part series, examining the age-old controversy over this city so inextricably knit to the Everlasting Covenant. Is grace enough to save these ancient hills so marred by sin, blasphemy, war and covenantal infidelity?

Covenant and Controversy Part III: The Great Trouble

‘The Great Trouble’ is the third installment in this five-film series, highlighting the most devastating and hopeful moments in the history and the future of the Jewish people. From the the tragedy of Masada in the first century to the triumph of the Bulgarian rescue of her 50,000 Jewish citizens in the Second World War, discover how the testimony of history serves as a faithful guide into the great and terrible days ahead.



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