Many are seeking more information about Christ after see Mel Gibson’s film.

By February 26, 2004

USA (MNN) — Did Jesus really rise from the dead? Is there historical evidence to prove He even lived? Is the Bible trustworthy? When audiences leave theaters following Mel Gibson’s controversial new movie The Passion of the Christ, many will be asking these and other long-debated questions surrounding Christianity and its centerpiece, Jesus Christ. But thanks to a new interactive DVD release called “JESUS: Fact or Fiction?”, skeptics and searchers alike won’t have to wait long for a reasoned response.

“JESUS: Fact or Fiction?” gathers leading experts in history, philosophy, science and theology (including Ravi Zacharias, Paul Maier, Gary Habermas, William Dembski, Lee Strobel, and Josh McDowell) who offer compelling evidence for the reliability of the Christian worldview and tackle dozens of the theological difficulties posed by non-Christians.

“JESUS: Fact or Fiction?” is designed for today’s postmodern culture¾accustomed to instant access to information delivered with cutting-edge technology,” said Paul Eshleman, president of the Jesus Film Project. “People are going to want to know about Jesus after seeing The Passion o f the Christ, and this DVD addresses many of the questions they will have.”

“JESUS: Fact or Fiction?” also includes the full-length version of JESUS, the most watched film in history with more than 5 billion viewings in more than 800 languages, with special audio commentary and a “behind-the-scenes” look at the making of the film.

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