The Star of Bethlehem

The Star of Bethlehem

Scholars debate whether the Star of Bethlehem is a legend created by the early church or a miracle that marked the advent of Christ. Is it possible that the star was a real, astronomical event? From Producer Stephen McEveety (The Passion of the Christ) comes an amazing documentary on the Star of Bethlehem.

  • Category:History
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  • Uploader:Leocuto
  • Country:USA
  • Director:Stephen Vidano
  • Writer:Frederick A. Larson

"We saw His star in the east and we have come to worship Him" (Matthew 2:2) The biblical report in the Gospel of Matthew tells a story of wise men reporting to Herod about a "King" born ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki

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Mark C (ru) wrote: Unsatisfying third act.

Rer F (it) wrote: Great film when optimus prime died and fallen rised I got so happy megatron was my favourite character in this film he was so amazing

Brody M (ca) wrote: I just rented this movie cauz it had Michael Jeter in it & I didnt like it at 1st but after I watched it a 2nd time I started to really enjoy it

Gordo d (nl) wrote: At Harvard grad student loses his thesis to a homeless man. Much like other sappy dramas this one is no different as the young man be friends the homeless man and they become friends. Plays more like a USA television movie of the week then a theatrical release.

Matt G (ca) wrote: This unquestionably dark but justifiably hilarious butting of heads owes its great success to the committedly silly performances of Murray and Dreyfus. Bob is obviously the one we're rooting for, but what's so interesting is that Leo is totally right about Bob's mental state and his own weariness of him. We can easily place ourselves in Leo's unraveling sanity as Bob inexplicably endears himself to everyone around him, as we uncontrollably laugh all the while to the nut house.

Rebecca T (mx) wrote: Love it love it!!!!! All these now great actors were young and can show in the acting but over all if u love westerns u wont be disappointed!!!!

Irvin C (gb) wrote: Director Ken Russell passed away relatively recently and it occurred to me I have yet to see a film of his. This is the film I chose to lose my Ken Russell virginity to. It's an adaptation of a DH Lawrence novel about two sisters during the 1920's who have affairs with two upper-class men who are close friends with some complications of course. Overall, I thought it was a very good film. Ken Russell manages to make what's essentially a period romantic drama into something that feels quite contemporary and not stuffy at all. Glenda Jackson was very, very good in her Oscar-winning role but I find it a bit strange that she won while Oliver Reed, who for me had the most compelling, complicated role and was the standout of the piece, wasn't even nominated. Oh, well. I look forward to more films from Russell.

McKinney W (kr) wrote: Beautiful! Touching and beautiful.

Ken L (nl) wrote: As far as action & adventure it was more than adequate. It just didn't build dramatic tension around the the real social implications inherent in the initial plot premise to carry a really convincing story that could grip me intellectually beyond a lot of visceral peril.

Jacob L (de) wrote: Titanic is a Brilliant recreation/retelling of the 1912 tragedy in which countless people lost their lives when the RMS Titanic collided with an iceberg and sank to the ocean floor. The movie Is just simply divine to look at with stunning HD imagery on the big screen and is extremely well acted. The connection between the two main characters is simply classic, and the drama is some of the best I have ever seen since the great Shakespearean tragedies. This is a must-see for historians, romantics, and film fanatics worldwide. I give it a well deserved 5/5 stars.