The Way of the Master - Season 4 (Video Download)
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In Season Four of The Way of the Master TV program, join Ray Comfort and his faithful team as they travel across thirteen countries in just thirteen days, witnessing to individuals and preaching open-air to crowds in each country. You will be captivated as you see members of the team being held by Italian police, as they preach outside the famed Notre Dame in beautiful Paris, and as an angry and drunken crowd becomes unruly when they hear the gospel in Belgium. Watch as the team witnesses to the lost at Germany’s infamous Oktoberfest and in the bars of liberal Amsterdam. This unique and exciting adventure across the nations of Europe is hosted by Kirk Cameron.
The journey begins in Charles Spurgeon's backyard: London. Not only was it the hometown of "The Prince of Preachers," but it was also the stomping ground of other great open-air preachers such as John Wesley and George Whitefield. The capital of England is soaked in history and is filled with colorful figures. In this exciting episode hosted by Kirk Cameron, you will meet "Caroline," a fascinating character you won't easily forget.
Although Brussels is an amazing city, Belgium has been called an "evangelical wasteland." You will be spellbound as a drunken crowd becomes unruly while listening to the gospel. Learn new words, such as "lustery"; how to respond to the philosophy of "moral relativism"; how to witness to an atheist; about Voltaire; and what the courageous William Tyndale did for you, in this fast-moving and informative episode.
Luxembourg is a landlocked country in Western Europe, bordered by Belgium, France, and Germany, and it's a place that Ray Comfort and his team won’t easily forget. Not only is it where they witnessed to a knife-wielding gang, but it’s where they “hit the wall” and experienced exhaustion from a hectic schedule and lack of sleep. Learn biblical principles as Mark Spence shares the gospel, as Trish witnesses to a fascinating believer from the Baha'i faith, and as E.Z. uses the incredible amount paid for Di Vinci’s sketchbook to hold a crowd's attention as he preaches open-air.
After visiting some rather refined areas, the team's fourth stop, Amsterdam, proves a little rougher as it has a reputation as the place to go for drugs, legally. It is also known as the gay and lesbian capital of Europe, and then there's the "Red Light District," with its legalized prostitution. Find out what happens when a disaster hits the team that could destroy the whole tour; learn the root cause of Europe's fall into atheistic humanism; and meet some interesting characters, in this fast-moving and absorbing episode.
Paris — the romance capital of the world. Watch tourists look on with stark horror at the team's antics in front of the Eiffel Tower. See what happens when Ray and Scotty open-air preach in front of the Notre Dame cathedral. Learn about the common error of "deconstructionism," why reincarnation makes no sense, and what to say when atheists and skeptics tell you that you can't know what happens after you die. You will also meet "Alan," a most colorful and delightful Parisian character.
In Monaco the team had been forbidden by the palace authorities from interviewing anyone in the streets, so it looked like there was no way they were going to preach open air. Monaco has the largest police force in the world, both per capita and per the size of the country, and the last thing the team wanted was to get into trouble with the police. But an amazing thing happened that made open-air preaching possible. Watch the usual fascinating interviews, and then cross to California for an in-depth look at the incredible Ambassadors’ Academy.
In Italy, the team preaches the gospel to a large crowd outside a famous Catholic church in beautiful Milan. Watch as an angry undercover police officer circles like a hungry shark before making his move. Two members were then held and interrogated by the Italian police as the rest of the team earnestly prayed—-and saw God wonderfully intervene. You will be grieved as today's lost youth try to justify murder, lying, stealing, and adultery, and a man accuses Jesus of being involved with a prostitute, and encouraged not to worry if your “goose is cooked.”
Zurich, Switzerland, is perhaps one of the last places on earth that you would expect to confront a group of chanting Hare Krishnas. But the team does, and you will be dumbfounded at what they believe they must do to find everlasting life. Among other things, you will learn why it’s okay to eat meat, discover why they have ponytails, and see the horrific end-result of a morally relativistic worldview. Watch as a team member uses a chart to teach a Swiss crowd about the amazing human genome. You will enjoy seeing colorful people, as they say astonishing things and hear the biblical gospel.
In the land of Hitler, how do Germans today view the horrific Holocaust? What do they believe about God? In this episode we'll examine the question of whether evil in the world is an argument against God, and whether He's "fine" with all the drunkenness at the world's largest beer party, Oktoberfest. Watch the team demonstrate to a crowd how to break free from the "straitjacket" of death that confines us, learn how to use circumstantial priorities to help people see their need for God, and view a practical demonstration of the free gift of grace. You will see faces sober as they hear the gospel — both one-to-one and in a fascinating open-air.
What country in Europe has over two million people, most of whom are agnostic or atheist, and yet has in the heart of its largest city a centuries-old clock commemorating the Twelve Apostles? The answer is Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic. Prague is as colorful and as crowded as a New York City sidewalk, but as quaint as a Brothers Grimm fairy tale. In this episode you will learn how to speak to someone who believes in the theory of evolution and discover that a "missing link" has finally been found! You'll meet a non-Christian name Christian who might believe in God but not in the Bible; be reminded to be a "fisher of men"; and learn the answer to why bad things happen to good people.
Austria's capitol is Vienna, a city synonymous with romance and beautiful music. Up until 1938, Vienna was a music-capital of the world, playing host to a string of noted composers such as Brahms, Bruckner, Mahler and, of course, Johann Strauss. Like many other cities in Europe, it's also a stronghold for atheism and evolution. Join "E.Z." as he uses September 11th as an open air springboard, meet an atheist who thinks he's a primate and believes in God, and join Ray as he has a knife in his back while he asks locals the revealing "three minutes to live" question.
The beautiful city of Budapest has nothing to do with Buddha or with pests. It's the capital of Hungary and it desperately needs the gospel. In this episode, you will witness a divine encounter with a Christian who needs encouragement and meet someone who was saved through a gospel tract. Did you know that even the most staunch atheist lives by faith? Find out why our conscience is a faithful ally, why you can't just tell God you're sorry and be forgiven, and then get some quick training in the use of Latin on a fast-moving train with Todd Friel.
Catch up with the team on the final leg of their journey as they preach open air in a university in Timisoara, Romania. Watch a colorful atheist (wearing a Christian T-shirt) heckle Ray and then squirm under the weight of God's Law. Also meet a man who told Kirk he thinks it's okay to rape small children (check his friend's reaction to that!), and see a tough-looking tattooed man become penitent under the sound of the gospel. Finally, in this last episode in the series, learn the number one pitfall after returning home from a missions trip.