The Traditions Of Glastonbury (DVD)*
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Author: Covenant Productions by E. Raymond Capt This is the ever-popular E. Ray Capt video that provides a new source of light on the 18 missing years (from ages 12 to 30) in the life of Jesus. It conducts an examination of the historical records concerning Joseph of Arimathea who, according to legend, was the great uncle of Jesus and a provincial senator and metal merchant. It asks and provides answers to the questions: was Mary, the Mother of Jesus, buried at Glastonbury in England, at the site of the first Christian church in the West. Was King Arthur legendary, or factual. Was the famous Nanteos Cup, the "Holy Grail", found at Glastonbury, actually the Cup of the Last Supper. Treat yourself to a splendid pictorial visit to the site where many of the Faithful believe the boyhood feet of Jesus tread. DVD (52 Min.) *PLEASE NOTE: The E. Raymond Capt DVDs were copied from the original VHS videos which were produced in the 1970s and 1980s when the production techniques were not as sophisticated as today's. However, the quality of the material presented is of the highest standard with each subject thoroughly explored and explained. Excellent not only for private viewing, but also for Bible study groups, and family and friends.