Short TV Segments Highlighting Our Christian Heritage
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Thanks to the hard work of Dr. Peter Lillback, Rob Westman, Dr. Jerry Newcombe, and others, Providence Forum has produced many short TV segments that are ready-made to share with friends and family.
In this age of short-attention spans, these PROVIDENCE TODAY vignettes aim to teach Americans about our nation’s rich Christian heritage.
- What does the breastplate of the High Priest in the Old Testament have to do with one of America’s most prestigious schools, Yale? Find out here.
- How significant are America’s symbols and what do they say about our Judeo-Christian heritage? What do the red, white, and blue colors of our flag symobolize? View here.
- America has often been called “a city on a hill.” Where does that phrase come from and what is its significance? Even Ronald Reagan appears briefly in this segment using the phrase. See here.
- Do you know what the Liberty Tree is? Find the answer here.
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