The True Story of the Nativity Trailer

The True Story of the Nativity Trailer (2006)

01 January 2006

Israel, Egypt and Jordan serve as the backdrop for this modern investigation of one of the earliest stories ever told. A marriage of history and technology reveals details about the origins of Christianity while viewers time travel to the birth of Christ and the Holy Family's escape from the murderous Herod. Evidence from the Holy Land and contemporary scientific discoveries lend clarity to the ancient events that forever changed humanity.

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United States 01 January 2006

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