https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=016G-I9KfHU BE ADVISED: this video includes documentation of violence and profane language and may be inappropriate for some viewers. “79 Minutes: the Breach of the Capitol” takes the viewer from the initial breach of the Capitol Grounds to the breach of the actual Capitol building over an hour later. The film examines the particular perspectives of various individuals and groups present on that day – how certain protesters turned violent while many stayed peaceful, how police leadership failed in preparations and strategy, how police who held a tactical advantage retreated repeatedly, how some police escalated unnecessarily, and ultimately how the
The Salem Witch Trials are the most famous witch trials in history, but they actually were quite small compared to many other series of trials and executions took place. In this video we discuss some of those other events, and the conditions that made them, and Salem, ripe for a witch hysteria. Check back soon for more videos covering the events that took place in Salem, and what we can learn from them.
Juneteenth is the US’s newest holiday. Join us as we discuss its Civil War origins, and why it exploded in prominence in the last few years.
When the Pilgrims arrived off of the coast of New England, before they landed, they signed a document called the Mayflower Compact. Some have seen this as the foundation of American democracy, while others have argued that it was a temporary arrangement, soon overruled, with little lasting impact. In this tour at the Forefather’s Monument in Plymouth, we discuss the story of compact, what it means, and why it was a landmark event in our country’s history.
We consider how God used the Pilgrims to change the world, and what we should learn from their example in modern times. This video was filmed at a Reformation Day Event hosted by Reformation Baptist Church. For more information, visit http://celebratereformationday.com/
One of the most dramatic battles of the Middle Ages unfolds as Catholic Crusaders meet Protestant Hussites under Jan Zizka!
Zizka is a incredible figure in military history – a one eyed Protestant warrior who formed the Czech peasants into an army that could beat the best armies that Europe had to offer.
Did you know that a precursor to tanks faced knights on medieval battlefields? The Hussite war wagons were a technological innovation that allowed common soldiers to stand up to knights, the most fearsome warriors of their era.
How the Hussites turned from a religious movement to a militant force, under attack from a Catholic crusade.
How throwing someone out of a window began the Hussite wars
In this second part of the story of the life of Jan Hus, hear how he grows in prominence, opposes relics, causes political controversy, and finally is betrayed by the deceitful emperor. If you liked this film, please subscribe, share it with your friends, and check back next week for a new video!
John Hus was an important Reformer in Bohemia, now the Czech Republic. Hear how God prepared the way through the influence of Peter Waldo and the establishment of Bethlehem Chapel, and how Hus was brought to prominence.