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Discovery House Celtic Cry: The Heart of A Martyr, DVD

Imagine the heather on the hill, the sweeping majesty of the Scottish highlands, the mysterious sense of the moors and lochs. Imagine no more! Now you can see them for yourself. With narrative and music surrounding the stories of the Scottish Covenanters, you'll discover the rich legacy of 17th-century Christian martyrs. You'll see all 10 songs from the recording Celtic Cry, along with documentary hosted by Alistair Begg. He takes you with him on a journey through the lives-and deaths-of these men and women of faith. Taped in Scotland with singers Matthew Ward, Shannon Wexelberg, Scott Krippayne, and Charles Billingsley. Approx. 50 minutes.
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Review 1 for Celtic Cry: The Heart of A Martyr, DVD
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Date:September 7, 2010
Beautiful DVD I enyoyed from the begining to the end. I was afraid of what kind of music will be in it. I like celtic music, but there are some that are too noise. This one was done beautifully. I recomend it.
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Review 2 for Celtic Cry: The Heart of A Martyr, DVD
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Date:June 4, 2008
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Gramma C
This is a very moving experience. You will love the Scottish scenery, the beautiful music and lyrics that touch deeply. I didn't know anything about the Scottish Covenanters, but their legacy of faith and refusing to surrender, to the point of martyrdom, is a stirring testimony to us all.
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Review 3 for Celtic Cry: The Heart of A Martyr, DVD
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5 out of 5

Date:September 20, 2006
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julia w
The most touching music and commentary about the Covenanters in Scotland - wow.
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