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"Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power."

Abraham Lincoln (1809-65)



han nevner dem ved navnHe Calls Them All by Names
Ancient traditions about the star patterns show that people from different parts of the world saw the same images, images which are not easy to recognize when one look at the stars themselves. Was this only a coincidence? Or is it a testimony of a common origine? The Bible tells us that God gave the stars their names. The documentary He Calls Them All by Names takes a closer look at the ancient names of the star patterns to find out what story they originally were meant to tell.
Watch the film online here.
Trailer (short presentation) might be watched here (3 min.)

whyWhy Does God Allow Evil?
How can a good and almighty God allow evil to excist in this world?
The Bible tells us that God is love. But how, then, can He allow that people suffer from natural disasters, injustice, diseases and similar? Based on the book of Job and one of the stories from Israel's earliest days as a kingdom the film seeks to examine the following questions: - Does good things happen to good people and bad things to bad people? - Who is behind natural disasters, accidents, diseases, and other sufferings that are found in our world? - Why did not God annihilate Satan at once when he started his rebellion?
Also available as book online - click here.

PART 1: "Good Things Happen to Good People, Bad Things Happen to Bad People"
The book of Job discusses different topics which have concerned people at all times. One of these topics is a doctrine, or an assertion that good things happen to good people, and bad things happen to bad people. Throughout history many have believed in this assertion, and it has caused problems to several, not least in their relationship to God. To many this is still the case today.
36 min. English comments. Click here to watch it online.

PART 2: Who Is Responsible?
The book of Job also discusses the question of who is responsible. – Who was responsible for the many sufferings of Job? And perhaps just as important: Who is responsible for other accidents, sufferings, diseases and events in our world? There are many strong opinions about the issue, but also much uncertainty. The one who usually is blamed is God – the God that the Bible describes as
45 min. English comments. Click here to watch it online.

PART 3: Why Did Not God Annihilate Satan at Once When He Rebelled?
According to the Bible, sin and suffering came into existence when Satan, one of the angels of the highest rank in Heaven, wanted to exalt himself to the same level as God. Since then there has been a battle between God and Satan, a battle between good and evil. After the fall in the Garden of Eden our earth became the most important field for this fight. But why does God allow Satan to continue the way he does?
44 min. English comments. Click here to watch it online.


Examine yourselvesExamine Yourselves
"Examine yourselves," Paul writes, "whether you be in the faith; prove your own selves. Know you not your own selves, how that Jesus Christ is in you, except you be reprobates?" (2 Cor.13:5). How willing are we, as Christians, to follow this advice - to examine ourselves; to test our faith and our relationship with God. Are we afraid of what we might find? And do we know what to do with our findings?
42 min. English comments. Click here to watch it online.


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