Bible teaching with an emphasis on Israel, prophecy and the Jewish roots of Christianity
Series: “Jerusalem 3000”
Taped on location in Jerusalem, with the people who have lived in the Holy City, on the ground every day. This series begins with the long story of Jerusalem, where Zola covers the 5,000-years-plus-eternity that is biblically specified, and ends with the beautiful music video containing all of Zola’s songs about the City of David.
Representatives from two Christian groups that support the Jewish people — Clarence Wagner from Bridges for Peace, Ray and Sharon Sanders from Christian Friends of Israel — explain the work of their organizations.
Jan Willem van der Hoeven, spokesman for ICEJ, talks about Christian involvement in the celebration of Jerusalem 3000, European biases, and Hamas. Raphael Israeli, Professor of Islamic Studies at Hebrew University, examines Moslem fundamentalism, anti-Semitic education, and the sincerity of the peace talks.
Kaare Kristiansen explains why he resigned from the Nobel Peace Prize Committee rather than select Arafat for the prize. Zola finds Gary Cooperberg, spokesman for Kiryat Arba/Hebron, appreciative of Christian support but critical of the current surrendering of Jewish land.
Producer Ken Berg and Zola team up as videographer and composer to demonstrate the glorious sites of Jerusalem accompanied by the beautiful music presented throughout this series of programs. Included are all of Zola’s past songs about Jerusalem from his various albums, in addition to new songs composed exclusively for this series.