Category Archives: Divers

A Cry From Iran | Full Movie

Iran, 1993. A judge issues an official death sentence to Mehdi Dibaj, a man imprisioned for 10 years because he converted from Islam to Christianity. A copy of the official order is leaked to Haik Hovsepian, the leader of the evangelical christian movement in Iran. Haik, at peril to his own life, releases the document and launches an international campaign to bring an end to the civil rights violations of the Iranian Islamic courts. International pressure mounts and the Iranian government is forced to release Dibaj at the eleventh hour. But for Haik, there is a price to pay. Very well done.

A Cry From Iran is an award-winning documentary. This true story, produced by Haik Hovsepian’s sons, contains hidden camera footage filmed in Iran during the actual events, and will be an inspiration to all who see it. (54 min)

Directors: Andre Hovsepian, Joseph Hovsepian
Starring: Mehdi Dibaj

Pronounced Dead for 20 Minutes

See the Follow Up Here: https://youtu.be/qaA4nQIMdwY Scott Drummond shares his amazing experience of what he felt and saw when he was pronounced dead for 20 minutes. It is a very personal and tender moment in his life, a moment that drastically changed the rest of his life forever. He has decided to share this story now because of the events of the global pandemic, the corona virus / COVID-19. He hopes to help all of the people suffering and wondering about what will happen to them and their loved ones. 

TWO DOZEN Arguments for God

30 years ago, Alvin Plantinga gave a lecture called “Two Dozen (or so) Theistic Arguments,” which served as the inspiration for a book later written by a wide variety of accomplished scholars (pictured in the thumnail). In this livestream, I introduce this incredible work and announce a special giveaway.

If Aliens Existed, Would that Invalidate Christianity?

Astronomers estimate that there are billions of Earth-like planets in our galaxy alone. If we were to find out that intelligent life beyond Earth existed, what would that mean for Christian belief? Would it conflict with the Bible? In this stream, I’m joined by Christian philosophers Tyler McNabb and Chad McIntosh to discuss their joint work on this question. Dr. McNabb’s website: http://www.tylermcnabb.com/​ Dr. McIntosh’s publications: https://philpeople.org/profiles/c-a-m…