Digging Deeper

The Mark of the Beast - Episode 1

Adventist Review Ministries is delighted to share the first episode in a seven part series beginning in the month of June and running through the end of the year.

The first topic in this series is the Mark of the Beast. Our cover story for June goes in depth into this topic with Evangelist Mark Finley. We wanted to cover each topic from three different perspectives each month. The first being an in depth article, the second being a podcast and the third a documentary. We hope you enjoy the different elements featured in each media platform.

The documentary comes at this topic from a different angle than you may have seen before. We invited a Muslim, a Catholic, an Athiest, an Evangelical and a Non-denominational Christian all to meetup with Mark Finley in Washington, D.C. to discuss this very topic.

To watch the documentary click here

To listen to the podcast or read the feature articles as well as where to tune in for our next topic each month, we invite you to check out our Digging Deeper page –click here.

Please keep us in prayer as we continue to work to create engaging relevant content to continue to spread the everlasting gospel.


The Adventist Review Ministries Team

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