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  1. exscentric

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    Today I saw a special on a major network about world war II. It was a documentary and well done. At the end I was surprised to see that it was done by the SBC Mission organizaiton.

    I did not see the first part so may have missed something, but was wondering what the purpose/thought behind producing it was.
     
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    Do you know which mission organization it was? IMB, NAMB, or another?
     
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    I just noticed the word mission and Southern Baptist Convention. I took it that it was the international arm of the convention but could well be incorrect.
     
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    Contacted the television station and the title of the program was "Horizons of the Spirit, and the title of the film was Overlord, a mighty host"

    http://www.interfaithbroadcasting.com/hofs.aspx has some info on the program.

    SBC is showing a film on a Catholic program where World council of churches programs are also run. Hummm.

    http://www.interfaithbroadcasting.com/program.aspx?PID=236 is further info.

    I guess the thing that got me was that I did not know it was a religious based program until the credits ran and I saw it was SBC produced. I was just wondering if there was something in the beginning of the program, which I missed, identified it as such.

    Was just interested in why the mission arm would spend the money to produce something like this.

    I searched both the international and North American site, but found nothing, not to say there isn't something there.
     

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