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The Road to Emmaus


• What was the first Easter Sunday like?
• Did Jesus lead a Bible study on the first Easter Sunday?
• Is the resurrection the key to understand the Eucharist?

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• What was the first Easter Sunday like?
• Did Jesus lead a Bible study on the first Easter Sunday?
• Is the resurrection the key to understand the Eucharist?

  • 1 hour 4 min. (1 CD / 1 DVD / MP3)

    Have you ever wondered what the first Easter Sunday was like? In this inspiring Bible study, Dr. Brant Pitre takes you on a guided tour of the final chapter of the Gospel of Luke and the famous account of the disciples who met Christ on the Road to Emmaus. Walking verse-by-verse through Luke’s detailed account of Easter Sunday, this talk reveals:


    • Why Jesus was raised on a Sunday, the first day of the week
    • The crucial significance of the Empty Tomb
    • Why the disciples were unable to recognize the Risen Jesus on the road
    • How Jesus led the first Bible study after Easter
    • How Christ celebrated the first Mass after the Resurrection
    • The four key theories of the Real Presence of Christ in the Eucharist held by different denominations
    • What Jesus’ Risen Body was really like


    These and many other insights will be gained as you follow this inspiring and scholarly interpretation of the climax of the Gospel. If you want to deepen your joy in the Resurrection and your love for the Eucharist, then this talk is for you.
     

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Marjorie Balough
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Always enjoy anything by Brant Pitre.

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Fred Ganssle
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I presented this video to our Bible Study group and many were deeply edified by the explanations of the early practice of Eucharist in the Church, as well as how Christ, after the Resurrection, can be unrecognizable, even in the Eucharist. It is truly a worthy teaching!
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Meema
Another great DVD by Dr. Pitre!!

I’ve yet to watch any of Dr. Pitre’s presentations without thinking they were so informative and truly inspirational… and this one was no exception!

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Jason Pellegrin
The Road to Emmaus

This is a pretty good introduction into the story of the Resurrection. It made me want to seek out a more thorough series to continue to add to the foundation given by Dr. Pitre.

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Life after Death, a Bible study on the 7 last things

This study could also be titled: the 7 most important things to know in our earthly life, as what happens when we die, affects how we live today.
Brant Pitre is one of the most outstanding teachers of Scripture.
He takes a complex topic, breaks it up into bite size chucks, articulates it in a way that is comprehensible, referencing Scripture.
He covers so much ground in a limited time frame, never a dull moment.
He has a good sense of humor too.
In this study, using Scripture, he helps us understand the many questions we ask about what happens when we die.
It is worth every cent
Michael is just so helpful in making sure, we get to access the material correctly.

Excellent

This is so good that I bought two more to give as gifts!

Wonderful

This is a beautiful and moving study of the Triduum, my favorite time of the year. It’s also my first presentation from Dr. Bergsma, but it definitely won’t be my last.