David Suchet: In the Footsteps of St. Peter (Preview)

Mentioned more times in the New Testament than anyone except Jesus, the Apostle Peter is one of the most captivating people who helped found the early Christian church. David Suchet (actor from Agatha Christie’s Poirot and narrator for The Jesus Storybook Bible) went on a journey to retrace his steps from Peter’s humble origins on the shores of the Sea of Galilee to Jerusalem where he pulled the Jesus movement back together when all seemed lost.

Along the way, Suchet talks to archaeologists, scholars, clerics, and locals, each of whom sheds light on an individual who did so much to shape the foundations of our Christian heritage.

DAVID SUCHET: IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF PAUL & PETER (DVD SET)

Join beloved television actor David Suchet as he traces the footsteps of two of the most important figures in early Christianity, St. Peter and the Apostle Paul.

Encounter Peter’s miraculous post-resurrection transformation, discover the role Peter played in keeping the early church from splintering, and explore the question, what happened to Peter after he mysteriously vanished from the biblical account?

In this special two-disc set, David Suchet also sets off in search of Paul the Apostle. Controversial in his own time, Paul remains so today, a remarkable man of contrasts and confusions, a persecutor of Christians who experienced a miraculous conversion and an all-consuming drive to spread the faith.

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