Sister Religions? (DVD)
Product code: D145
As a battle of ideologies rages across the Middle East, many people are asking the question: are Judaism, Christianity and Islam Sister Religions? Do they worship the same God? A simple question or maybe not. You have three choices. Which will you choose?
Features groundbreaking interviews with Revd Dr Mark Durie, Elizabeth Kendal and Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali.
About the Authors
Has been making documentaries for the film and TV industry for over thirty years. His favourite location is Israel, where he has produced several films. He is the founder of the Hatikvah Film Trust which promotes the advancement of the Christian faith and of Biblical prophecy through the production of documentary films, television and audio-visual programmes.
At the same time it aims to foster an understanding in the Church of the Jewish roots of the Christian faith as well as the place of the nation of Israel and the Jewish people, from both a Biblical and historical perspective, in the purposes of God.
Dr Mark Durie is a theologian, human rights activist and pastor of an Anglican church. He has published many articles and books on the language and culture of the Acehnese, Christian-Muslim relations and religious freedom. A graduate of the Australian National University and the Australian College of Theology, he has held visiting appointments at the University of Leiden, MIT, UCLA and Stanford, and was elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities in 1992.
Elizabeth Kendal is a dedicated international religious liberty analyst and advocate, maintaining two blogs: Religious Liberty Prayer Bulletin (RLPB; written for intercessors) and Religious Liberty Monitoring (additional news & analysis), along with a site dedicated to Critical Prayer Requests (CPR) for the nations. Elizabeth Kendal is an Adjunct Research Fellow in the Centre for the Study of Islam and Other Faiths at the Melbourne School of Theology and the Director of Advocacy at the Canberra-based Christian Faith & Freedom. Elizabeth is the mother of four adult children and lives east of Melbourne, Australia.
Bishop Michael Nazir-Ali was the 106th Bishop of Rochester for 15 years. Before that he was was Bishop of Raiwind in Pakistan. Originally from Asia, he has both a Christian and a Muslim family background, and was the first non-white Diocesan Bishop in the Church of England.
His interests have led him to research and study in comparative philosophy of religion and theology at the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, and elsewhere. He is the author of eleven books and of numerous articles on Mission, Ecumenism, the Anglican Communion, and relations with people of other faiths (particularly Islam).