We just finished watching The Christ Files with people from Church.
Historian Dr John Dickson sets out to discover what we can know for certain about the life of one of historyâ€™s best known and most influential figures. In a captivating journey across the globe, Dr Dickson examines ancient documents and consults the worldâ€™s most respected historians and scholars. Beginning with the Gnostic Gospels, he criss-crosses continents on a search back through time for the historical sources that reveal the real Jesusâ€” a search for The Christ Files. (source: www.thechristfiles.com.au)
It’s really good, and I have a high sensitivity towards cheesy Christian TV.
I have to confess that my overriding emotion while watching the programme was jealousy toward John Dickson – travelling all over the world and meeting the great and good of Biblical scholarship.
Emma and I are hoping to take a few copies of the DVD’s with us to South Africa.
If you haven’t watched it, do.
You can get a copy here.
I also discovered when I was watching the credits that my cousin, Dave Sheerman, did the music for the production.