The Story of Paul the Apostle 2009

He was originally a powerful and implacable enemy of Jesus, determined to stop the spread of Christ’s message. His dramatic conversion changed the course of history. From his education in Jerusalem under the Rabii Gamaliel to his exhortations on behalf of Christianity throughout the Mediterranean, The Story of Paul the Apostle explores the life and legacy of the greatest missionary of the early Church. Theologians reflect on the importance of his upbringing to his success in spreading the Word, and in-depth analysis of his writings – some of the earliest Christian documents extant – shed light not just on the origins of Christianity, but in the man who helped ensure its survival.

The Adventures of the Apostle Paul 2006

Apostle Paul's life from his persecution of the church to his many missionary journeys, and the imprisonments he suffered at the hands of those with whom he once aligned himself.

Apostle Paul and the Earliest Churches

Explore the places traveled by the Apostle Paul and learn of his missionary journeys across the Anatolian region with this illuminating program. Paul's journey is told through reenactments, with information provided on the historical, religious and archaeological backgrounds of each region where Paul preached. The program features footage of significant artifacts, cities and buildings, and also includes 3D animated maps of Paul's journey.

St. Paul 2000

Director Roger Young (JOSEPH AND JESUS) presents this dramatic television miniseries that recounts the life of Paul (Johannes Brandrup) the Apostle of Jesus Christ. Originally known as Paul of Tarsus, Paul tortured and persecuted Christians until he experienced a vision of Jesus that forever changed his life. After converting to Christianity, Paul suffered persecution and imprisonment, but never stopped trying to spread the teachings of Christ. Notably, this program was shot on location in the Moroccan desert.

Deadly Journeys of the Apostles 2015

Deadly Journeys of the Apostles explores beyond the Bible, building new biographies of the Apostles from 2,000 years of history strewn across the globe, including the latest discoveries, controversies and insights. Can the Bible’s puzzling, often baffling and contradictory stories of the Apostles, riddled with high stakes mysteries, magic and malevolence ultimately be understood through modern investigation? Deadly Journeys of the Apostles explores the ultimate hero’s journeys. New support from historical records, archeology, Apocrypha (historic stories and writing outside the Biblical Canon) and modern investigation expands on the traditional biblical accounts of the Apostles. This series explores fresh evidence of the Apostles’ incredible travels.