The Great Commandment Collection features 20 thought-provoking films that explore the inspiring life and times of Jesus Christ, and significant historical figures. Three DVDs.
It also includes:
Disc #1: The Living Christ - Journey through the life of Jesus with these 12 inspirational films! Taking you from the prophecy of Christ's birth and his ministry to his crucifixion and resurrection, these dramatizations make the Gospels come alive. Films included:
Escape to Egypt
Boyhood and Baptism
Men of the Wilderness
Challenge of Faith
Return to Nazareth
Fate of John the Baptist
Retreat and Decision
Triumph and Defeat
Crucifixion and Resurrection
Esther and the King - As newly widowed King Ahasuerus (Richard Egan) works to squash a hate campaign against the Jews, he finds his attentions being diverted by the beautiful Esther (Joan Collins).
Joseph And His Brethren - Joseph and His Brethren is the powerful Old Testament parable of Joseph, a slave who frees himself from oppression and becomes a minister in the Pharaoh's court.
The Power of the Resurrection - is an historical film about love, faith, friendship, and rebirth that depicts Christ's final days on Earth as seen through the eyes of disciples Simon and Peter.
The Great Commandment - Jesus of Nazareth teaches Joel, a young Judean scholar, peace and passivity, helping Joel to avoid violence when he's confronted by the Roman soldier who murdered his brother.
Hill Number One - This portrayal of Christ's resurrection boasts an all-star cast and features James Dean in an inspired performance.
Martin Luther - Martin Luther recounts the tale of Luther's break from the Catholic Church, his posting of the 95 theses, and his eventual creation of the Protestant Movement.
I Beheld His Glory - A religious drama that follows Christ's fateful trip to Mount Calvary towards His crucifixion, which so moved Cornelius, a non-believer, that he found his faith.
David and Goliath - Prophets foretell that a young shepherd named David will rise up and seize the crown from King Saul of Israel (Orson Welles) after battling the giant Goliath to the death.