The Apostle's Creed is a Universal Creed for the Universal Church. The amazing document is a vibrant, living expression of the heart of faith. This 17-part series traces the origin of the Apostles’ Creed, placing it in its historical context. An international and interdenominational cast of notable theologians discuss each phrase of the Creed, emphasizing its relevance and application to our lives today. Widescreen.
Here is a nine-hour curriculum series by award-winning producer-director T. N. Mohan of Samford Media Group. It is a special release as part of Christian History Institute’s 25th anniversary celebration. The programs demonstrate the timeless power and importance of the Creed and feature an international and interdenominational cast of notable theologians:
Dr. Timothy George (host), Dean, Beeson Divinity School, Samford University
Dr. N.T. Wright, Bishop of Durham
Dr. Robert Mulholland, Professor of New Testament, Asbury Theological Seminary
Dr Alister McGrath, Chair in Theology, Ministry and Education, King’s College
Dr. Derek Tidball, Principal, London School of Theology
Dr. Kallistos Ware, Bishop of Diokleia, Oxford
Dr. Martin Marty, Professor Emeritus, University of Chicago
Dr. Tony Lane, Professor of Theological Seminary, London School of Theology
Dr. William Johnson, former Professor of New Testament, Andrews University
Dr. Peter Contrell, former Principal, London School of Theology
Mark Galli, Managing Editor, Christianity Today
Rev. Richard Bewes, former Rector, All Souls Church, London
Rt. Rev. Timothy Dudley-Smith, Former Bishop of Thornton
Dr. Susan Schreiner, Professor of the History of Christianity and Theology, The Divinity School, University of Chicago
The series traces the origin of the Apostles’ Creed, placing it in its historical context, and the theologians discuss each phrase of the Creed, emphasizing its relevance and application to our lives today. 17 episodes.
One-hour bonus program: Faith of Our Fathers, Hymns of Our Fathers
Audio sermons by Pastor Langdon Palmer
The Apostles' Creed is, simply stated, a summary of the Christian faith. In this powerful two-disc study, fourteen Christian theologians weave their thoughts and reflections on the creed into a series of seventeen lessons. Each of the units, averaging between twenty-five and forty minutes in length, is introduced by Timothy George, dean of the Beeson Divinity School of Samford University in Alabama, and supplemented with dynamic videography of Christian art and current faith-in-action scenes. Further selections include "Hymns of Our Father," a collection of the powerful standard Christian hymns used in the basic curriculum with narrative commentary, and a series of ten sermons on the creed given by Pastor Langdon Palmer....This is a perfect tool for promoting discussion, either for study groups for a new believers learning the basics of their faith or for Bible scholars searching for a deeper understanding of this important tradition.
The Apostles' Creed Full-Length Version is an over nine hour curriculum series by award-winning producer-director T.N. Mohan, now released as part of Christian History Institute's 25th anniversary celebration. Expert theologians speak of each phase of the Apostles' Creed in historical context. with a particular note as to how each part of the Creed is relevant to daily life in the modern era. Special features include a one-hour bonus program "Hymns of Our Fathers", audio sermons by Pastor Langdon Palmer, and the opportunity to download a companion guide to the series on Vision Video's website.
If you're hungry for a greater understanding of your Christian faith, the Apostles Creed video series unabridged is fantastic.
I watched the abridged version from Puritan picks.com. I now want to watch the full length version.
Lacking in Catholic commentary even though the Apostles' Creed like the Bible comes from the Holy Catholic Church as noted in the creed, and has been handed on and the secure doctrine preserved by the apostolic succession of the Catholic Church which Jesus founded on the foundation of the apostles as a body, a visible unity with a hierarchical structure, the Church which Saint Paul calls "pillar and foundation of the truth" 1 Tim 3:15.