The Biblical Dinner
How often do you get a chance to travel back in history to enjoy a dinner during biblical times? Now you can experience a thought-provoking meal, with customs dating back to Abraham, with The Biblical Dinner, a documentary about the significance of eating customs and events surrounding a traditional Jewish feast. Join host Pastor Jay McCarl as he explains the meanings of seating arrangements, ancient table manners, actions of the host, and the spiritual ramifications of a single piece of bread.
The film also offers insights into the events surrounding the Last Supper, including the disciples' roles and actions. Be transported to a place warmed by the laughter of friends who are prepared to give their lives for your safety and recline at a table where each bite or sip holds both ancient relevance and holy significance.
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Writer: Jay McCarl
Director: Greg and Jennifer Bueghly
Runtime: 60 min.
You will know much more about eating a Jewish meal during the time of Christ, and even as far back as the time of Moses after viewing this fantastic DVD. Your host is Pastor Jay McCarl and he involves his congregation in eating Jewish style. He is dressed in Hebrew clothing and with a vast knowledge of Jewish and biblical history and tradition he takes you through an evening feast in a Jewish home.
He covers everything from the invitation to the greeting of the host, the type of food and how it would be served, the sitting position of the guests and host, and so forth. In one fascinating scene he mentions his appreciation of the Last Supper painting by Da Vinci but how that there are errors in the painting, including fish being served instead of the passover lamb, bread which is not unleavened, their positions in sitting to eat and so on. The viewer will learn from and enjoy this teacher all at the same time. We happily award our Dove Seal to this DVD. Bon Appetit!
Drugs: Just the mention of the drinking of wine.
Other: Jewish traditions and history are featured.