You might like to spread the word about this BBC Manchester Religion and Ethics production which will be shown on BBC One on 30th JULY at 18.35hrs. It could become a talking point at work and worth watching: Today miracles are seen as supernatural acts that defy the laws of nature but in the first century AD miracles were seen as a language – a set of shared signs with meanings known only to the Jews. The miracles possessed many layers of meaning – about history, Israel, the Romans, God and Satan, good and evil. But above all the miracles were clues to the identity of Jesus of Nazareth. Presented by Rageh Omaar, this three part series explores what the miracles said about Jesus. Who did the disciples and his followers think he was? And did Jesus see Himself as the son of God? The latest findings from history and archaeology show the answers to be as surprising as they are fascinating.
LINK TO BBC WEBSITE: BBC Religion & Ethics
This will allow users to access a number of things, including:
- a FLYER about the series that can be downloaded and printed and distributed or put on notice boards
- a TRAIL of the seriesNote that the flyer and trail will only be placed on the website towards the middle of next week.