posted on Sep, 2 2013 @ 01:58 PM
I just watched the Daniel Project and think it's one of the best documentaries on Bible Prophecy that I've ever seen. Why? Because it breaks
everything down from the non-Christian perspective. It assumes that the person watching it has no Judeo-Christian background at all and is not the
church going type. In fact, it's geared towards the skeptic who may not be taking it seriously at all. The presenter is an atheist with an open
mind who is working his way through various Bible Prophecies to see where that leads. By the end of the evidence finding journey, he has a new
respect for Biblical Prophecy and realizes that his new awareness calls him to make a decision that will determine his future both here and now - and
for all Eternity. I can not recommend this documentary highly enough. It's only 83 minutes long and free to watch at the link given below - what do
you have to lose by watching it? It may not only change your outlook on Biblical Prophecy, but awaken you to the extremely perilous times that we're
in. With America poised to attack Syria and WWIII about to break loose any day, this could be God calling out you with a message of Hope and Eternal
Salvation. Read official description and links below:
The Daniel Project is a genuine investigative documentary that puts ancient predictions under a journalistic microscope and presents this astonishing
subject in a unique format that is both entertaining and challenging. Five years research, two years in the making, an acclaimed and gripping 90 min
feature length documentary for our time. A powerful presentation produced by Studio Scotland, this intriguing film steers well clear of sensationalist
apocalyptic hype normally associated with Nostradamus or invented fictional codes attributed to Leonardo Da Vinci. The Daniel Project draws from years
of investigative research, taking the viewer on a journey while presenting only historical facts and observable evidence. Allowing these ancient
writings to speak for themselves, it leaves both the viewer and it's presenter to draw their own conclusions.
The film begins with the presenter, self-confessed atheist, voice-over artist Jeremy Hitchen, accepting the challenge to investigate the plausibility
of ancient prophecies. Dating back thousands of years, these texts of antiquity claim to predict, in astonishing detail, world shaping events leading
to the end of the world, as we know it today, and the dawn of a new era. Armed with a dossier, Jeremy investigates each prophecy with the help of
expert contributor interviews, location filming and news archive. In turn, he shares his own thoughts and findings with the viewer as the first
prophecy points to an absolute event, observed in recent history. As each successive prediction unfolds it soon becomes clear that these mysterious
texts are not easily dismissed. It is claimed that the consequences will be inescapable, the message is a warning... a sign post...as science
continues to reveal the complexity of the world in which we live, there are those that claim we are not alone in this universe, and that compelling
evidence is unfolding before our very eyes that clearly indicate mankind is about to meet his destiny.…" "The Daniel Project" is a gripping
documentary for our time.
Website - www.thedanielprojectmovie.com...
Watch entire documentary free here - www.hulu.com...