Athanasius Revolutionary of Orthodoxy- #ReformationDay Blog Series

Look what we just received in the mail!

Jay Peters of Alleyway Studios is generously offering his film: Athanasius Revolutionary of Orthodoxy.

Is Jesus a created being? 
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Gain understanding of the differences of these theologies.
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This film covers the background of Arius and Athanasius, gives an objective contrast between the beliefs of these two men, their reasoning for what they believed, and how it has impacted the church body as a whole. Learn about the history of the Council of Nicaea in 325 AD and what effect it has had.

Viewers are kept engaged as the historical information is being given with interviews, graphics, brief drama scenes, interesting angles,and historical images.

Note: A couple of depictions may be a bit graphic for younger kids. Please preview the film before you show it to your children and use discernment which is best for your family.

Enter for your chance to win a copy of the film: Athanasius Revolutionary of Orthodoxy!
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*Full Disclosure: I did receive a personal copy for private use in exchange for a review. This review is my honest opinion of the product.



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  1. I just found your blog a couple of days ago, and am loving it! Thanks for offering the giveaway!

  2. I would love to learn this in children way for me to fully understand this wonderful early History. I wish that I had learn this as a child. I am currently studying The Church History for Wednesday night class and reading from The Story of Christianity volume 1 by Justo Gonzales and I do have the 2nd volume. That book is a very tough book to read and I would love to read in children book on The Early Church History. We were talking about this Athanasius and Arius too. I do hope to win this and read this and add this book for my church library so that they too can learn from this book.

  3. I actually would love to learn about the reformers BEFORE we get to that section of Diana Waring’s History Alive so I can discuss it with my boys.

  4. This looks interesting! I love church history! Thank you for sharing!

  5. I don’t! But I want to! Your series is opening up a whole new world to me. 🙂