Movie Monday – Drive Thru History with Dave Stotts – Holy Land – Temple, Cross, and the Empty Tomb

Penny Zeller, Christian AuthorThis week’s Movie Monday movie suggestion is Drive Thru History with Dave Stotts – Holy Land – Temple, Cross, and the Empty Tomb.

Dave Stotts cruises through another interesting history lesson in his latest DVDThe entire DVD is interesting and full of information and takes viewers to a variety of places in Israel.  This DVD contains three separate shows regarding the Temple, Cross, and Empty Tomb, and the episodes are as follows:

Episode 1: Mount Moriah, Temple Mount, Dome of the Rock, Western Wall

Episode 2: Hezekiah’s Tunnel, Pool of Bethesda, Kidron Valley, Mount of Olives, Garden of Gethsemane

Episode 3: Prophecies, Caiaphas, Crucifixion, Resurrection, Church of the Holy Sepulcher

Our family’s favorite was the last episode where Dave discusses the Crucifixion and Resurrection of Jesus and takes us to the place where Jesus stood trial. We view the tomb of Caiaphas the Priest, and other fascinating archeological discoveries. To be able to see where Jesus walked, taught, and died for our sins is beyond amazing and truly brings the Bible to life.

There is nothing objectionable in any of the Drive Thru History movies, and they make for excellent learning tools for homeschool. But that isn’t the only use for these videos. Families will enjoy watching them for entertainment on family night and learning about the places in the Bible.

Dave Stotts has a gift for teaching and presents these videos in an interesting and informative way. This is yet another Drive Thru History that I highly recommend!

Reviews of other episodes of Drive Thru History can be found at the following links:

Drive Thru History – Holy Land – Volumes 1 & 2

Drive Thru History – Greece is the Word

And for a complete listing of family movie suggestions and an archive of past reviews from a Christian worldview for Movie Monday, please go to my Mom-Approved Movies Page. Join me each Monday for a new movie review. Until then, have a blessed week!

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