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June 15, 2022

PHILADELPHIA — Financial Issues Stewardship Ministries (FISM, financialissues.org) and FISM News, a conservative news program that approaches national and global issues from a biblical worldview, present a special 2-part documentary, “A Moment in History: Redemptive History,” exploring the story behind all the stories of history — the story of God redeeming His people.

Part 1 explores the scope of redemptive history through the duration of the biblical age, from the beginning of creation in Genesis 1 through the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. God, the hero of the story, created the only way for sinful man to be saved, through the ultimate act of redemption: living among them, becoming one of them, and giving His life so that they might be free. This is the beautiful picture of what theologians often call “Redemptive History.”

Part 2, subtitled “The Blood of the Martyrs,” continues the story after the resurrection of Jesus in the first century AD, exploring the courage and faith of the Apostles and the ancient church fathers as they vowed to spread the Gospel throughout the Roman Empire, even at the cost of their own lives. Part 2 brings viewers from the Apostolic Age to the downfall of Rome in the 5th century AD, while highlighting the victory of Christianity in the ashes of the most powerful empire of the ancient world.

A Moment in History: Redemptive History encourages believers to look forward to their eternal hope in Jesus Christ, while also imploring non-believers to turn to Jesus Christ as their only hope for salvation.

Viewers can watch the program live on the FISM website, app, or ROKU channel. Part 1 airs on Monday, June 20, at 7pm ET and Part 2 airs the following day, Tuesday June 21, at 7pm ET. Viewers can also watch the program on one of FISM’s partner channels — CTNTV, BIZ TV, and Dove TV through a satellite network.

Read more about FISM and “Financial Issues” here or visit the FISMwebsite, its Facebook page, on YouTube at Financial Issues or on Twitter @financialissues; download the FISM app here and learn more about FISM.TV here.