Beijing Fangshan's Cross Temple is the remains of Nestorianism in Tang Dynasty.
"The Twelve" is an in-depth serial documentaries of interviews with 12 representative figures in the larger Chinese world. It is dedicated to seeking truth with theologians, beauty with artists, and goodness with activities.
Documentary 'Retrospecting: The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation': Ep.02 'John Calvin and Those Forgotton Reformers'
As the Reformation movement immigrated from Germany to Switzerland, what does modern democracy relate to the Reformation? What does the new Christian ethical life have to do with modern capitalism? What is the internal correlation between the Calvinists and the rise of the prosperity gospel? Since all Reformers valued education, particularly theological education, why does education, especially theological education matter so much?
Documentary 'Retrospecting: The 500th Anniversary of the Reformation': Ep.01 'Martin Luther - The Reformer Who Has Changed the Times'
The Reformation originated from Mysticism. The very people who struggled with God throughout their whole lives found themselves in His light, continuously keeping influencing others and the world. Martin Luther, also a musician, deeply impacted Johann Sebastian Bach with his theology. Luther was a theologian who liberated women and encouraged them to be educated. If he lived in our times, he would have been a supporter of feminism (not today’s so-called radical feminism). His love for his wife Katharina von Bora surpassed the limitations of that era’s law, and he left all his legacy to her even though it was illegal to do so. </br> </br> The documentaries are produced by Elizabeth Pan Leilei & Edward Wang Xin. CCD reprints them from their Wechat platform “E2Studio”.
Soon after the Chinese New Year holiday in mid-February, a Christian director released his autobiographical documentary themed “social pressure to marry”, filmed over 10 years. “The 10-year filming consisted of three initial years of taking photos, and the rest of shooting videos. After 60 days, it has been edited into a film of 95 minutes. This is my story with the documentary ‘Flight of the Honeybees’, my story with parents and relatives as well as the true story of being pushed to get married by my family and relatives. It adopts listening as its documenting style, so the director is both a listener and a recorder”, said its director Geng Haiyang.
“A Nation Remembers” is a special presentation of the official state ceremony of Israel honoring the heroes and the martyrs of the Holocaust. The National Religious broadcasters in partnership with NRBTV, the ICEJ Germany and Christian Friends of Yad Vashem have produced the documentary "Daughter of Many Mothers: The Story of Rena Quint" on January 27th in support of the International Day of Remembrance.
The serial document Arise, Shine--Contemporary Missionaries in China has won the 2020 Yage Prize of Duke University for Christian Arts. The third episode is entitled "The Last Missionary," while the first and second episodes are named "3/4 Chinese" and "People’ Companion--Father Franco Mella -- A Self-Claimed Chinese." </br> </br> CCD reprinted with permission.
The serial document Arise, Shine--Contemporary Missionaries in China has won the 2020 Yage Prize of Duke University for Christian Arts. The second episode is entitled "People’ Companion--Father Franco Mella -- A Self-Claimed Chinese," while the first and third episodes are named "3/4 Chinese" and "The Last Missionary." </br> </br> CCD reprinted with permission.
The serial document Arise, Shine--Contemporary Missionaries in China has won the 2020 Yage Prize of Duke University for Christian Arts. The first episode is entitled "3/4 Chinese," while the second and third episodes are named "People’ Companion--Father Franco Mella -- A Self-Claimed Chinese," and "The Last Missionary." </br> </br> CCD reprinted with permission.
A Nation Remembers is the international broadcast version of the Official State Ceremony of Israel for the Heroes and the Martyrs of the Holocaust. It was recorded at Yad Vashem; which was established by an act of Knesset in 1953 as The World Holocaust Memorial and Education Center.