1. The Light


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    Directed and music composed by Ihsu Yoon. Thesis project for MFA Computer Art Department at School of Visual Arts in 2010. To know more about my work : cgadvertising.com/pages/latest-news/interview-ihsu-yoon.php Achievements: SIGGRAPH 2011 SIGGRAPH Asia 2010 Shortlist Vimeo Festival Awards Semi Finalist 2010 Adobe Design Achievement Awards

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    • Makoto Fujimura - The Art of "The Four Holy Gospels"


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      "The Four Holy Gospels," from Crossway. "Illumination: The Crossway Fujimura Bible Project" video by Plywood Pictures and Ty Fujimura.

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      • The Case for Christ by Lee Strobel


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        Evidence for the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. http://www.leestrobel.com

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        • ESV Trusted By Leaders


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          About the ESV: The English Standard Version is an “essentially literal” translation of the Bible in contemporary English. The ESV Bible emphasizes “word-for-word” accuracy, literary excellence, and depth of meaning. The ESV is ideally suited for personal reading, for public worship, for in-depth study, and for Scripture memorization. The ESV Bible is available in more than 200 print editions, and it is free online anytime everywhere in the world. The ESV Bible was created by a team of more than 100 leading evangelical scholars and pastors. Since its publication in 2001, the ESV has gained wide acceptance and is used and trusted by church leaders, numerous denominations, and millions of individuals around the world. For More Information: www.esv.org

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          • Jesus Is The Good News FREE DVD


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            Parents, are you looking for the best way to teach your kids about values, morals and beliefs? Then get ready to take your kids on the ride of their lives with the FREE DVD!

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            • What Is Speaking in Tongues?


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              • Zakochany Skazaniec. Odcinek 3: Samotność Boga


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                Trzeci odcinek internetowych rekolekcji wielkopostnych 2013: "Zakochany Skazaniec", głoszonych przez o. Adama Szustaka OP. Po więcej zapraszamy na www.langustanapalmie.pl i www.stacja7.pl oraz na strony patronów medialnych: www.gloria24.pl i www.dominikanie.pl. Wykonawcy: Słowo: o. Adam Szustak OP Vocal: Małgorzata Hutek Kontrabas: Paweł Wszołek

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                • Sathya Sai Baba - Sai Christmas Memories - Sathya Sai Baba Christmas -inspired by Sai Baba


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                  From: https://vimeo.com/jsairam/videos Profile: https://vimeo.com/jsairam email comments to: jsairam108@gmail.com This is uploaded to www.saicast.org Related Works: The Miracle of Sai Baba at https://vimeo.com/58469934 Sai Christmas Memories https://vimeo.com/56049752 Divine Names of Sai Baba https://vimeo.com/54725312 Sai Baba - Padhuga Memories https://vimeo.com/54232664 Please view this and others at: http://www.saicast.org Music played, sang and recorded by Dennis Neal. The discourse was adapted from the Sai Christmas discourse on December25th 1998... This video is a Sai Gift. A Sai “Merry Christmas” message… Within this vidoe are some tracks that have been converted just now into mp3s from a Christmas cassette tape that Dennis made in 1995 titled Christmas Comes Anew. Dennis went through a period of time making Christmas recordings and sending them to relatives and friends as Christmas greetings. He took the data files for these old recordings from an old computer on the Garageband; and one evening converted these to mp3s and sent these our way for our enjoyment in this video. Dennis found it interesting to attempt to create selections using only keyboards instead of a large pipe organ. He chose to intersperse portions of Marcel Dupré’s: Variations Sur un Noël Pour Grand Orgue, with an English version of the French Carol: Noël Nouvelet on some of the recordings to illustrate what composers can do with the inspiration of a melodic line. It is from that carol that he took the title for one of his Christmas recordings, Christmas Comes Anew. Dennis was inspired by Tennyson in the creation. Lord Alfred Tennyson (1809-1892), was an English poet who had penned the poem: Ring Out, Wild Bells, a text which was probably appropriate at the time when written, and still bears a timely New Year’s message for us presently. Charles Gounod (1818-1893), a renown French composer and organist, set these words to music. In Ring Out, Wild Bells Tennyson wrote: Ring out , wild bells, to the wild sky, The flying cloud, the frosty light; The year is dying in the night; Ring out, wild bells, and let him die. Ring out the old, ring in the new, Ring, happy bells, across the snow, The year is going, let him go; Ring out the false, ring in the true. Ring out the grief that saps the mind, For those that here we see no more; Ring out the feud of rich and poor, Ring in redress to all mankind. Ring out the want, the care, the sin, The faithless coldness of the times. Ring out, ring out my mournful rhymes, But ring the fuller minstrel in. Ring out old shapes of foul disease; Ring out the narrowing lust of gold; Ring out the thousand wars of old, Ring in the thousand years of peace. Ring in the valiant man and free, The larger heart, the kindlier hand, Ring out the darkness of the land, Ring in the Christ, ring in the Christ, Ring in the Christ that is to be, Ring in the Christ that is to be. www.vimeo.com/jsairam

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                  • Atheist


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                    Atheists are not that bad! This is not an argument for atheism. It is a defense of atheists. -- This video received the award for "Excellence in Humanist Communications" from the Harvard University Humanist Chaplaincy. James Randi said this video was "very cool!" Michael Shermer said it was "very impressive." Penn & Teller said, "If a god existed, this video would make him wish he were dead." Dan Barker (author of "Losing Faith in Faith") said it was "very creative and powerful" and that it "makes a GREAT point!" Greg Epstein (the Humanist Chaplain of Harvard University) said "it's a wonderful video!" Stephen Ulh (author of "Imagine No Superstition") said that this video was "just wonderful for the cause of atheism." David Mills (author of "Atheist Universe") said "I am absolutely addicted to watching this fabulous video, which has almost instantly become a legend in the freethought community. Zak has created the most intellectually and emotionally powerful multimedia presentation I've ever seen endorsing the atheist position. This is a proud moment for all rational-minded people. Atheist books can have wide-reaching influence, but I strongly suspect that Zak's video will influence a much larger audience than any atheist book ever published. The first few times I watched this video, I literally had tears in my eyes by the end. The artistic talent and technical skills required to write and produce this video -- as well as its core message -- have made Zachary Kroger my newest freethought hero. I'm not surprised at the HUGE reaction Zak's video has generated." This video (among others) was also mentioned in the November 4th New York Times article "God and Man on YouTube." Nobelief.com said this was "the best video of 2006." It currently is the 13th most discussed video of all time on YouTube.

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                    • Zakochany Skazaniec. Odcinek 4: Umrzeć jak Bóg


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                      Czwarty odcinek internetowych rekolekcji wielkopostnych 2013: "Zakochany Skazaniec", głoszonych przez o. Adama Szustaka OP. Po więcej zapraszamy na www.langustanapalmie.pl i www.stacja7.pl oraz na strony patronów medialnych: www.gloria24.pl i www.dominikanie.pl. Wykonawcy: Słowo: o. Adam Szustak OP Vocal: Małgorzata Hutek Kontrabas: Paweł Wszołek

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