Special Programing Airing in September on NRBTV
NRBTV presents special primetime programming September 27-30, including thought-provoking, educational documentaries about creationism, defining Christianity in today’s society, and more. Tune in each night for the following lineup of documentaries:
TUE, Sept. 27 (8p ET & 9p PT)
What does modern DNA research now prove about the theory that simple cells evolved into all life on earth? Simply that evolution is impossible. Journey to discover the story of life itself in one of the most visually stunning and informative wildlife presentation available today.
Mining for God
WED, Sept. 28 (8p ET & 9p PT)
This provocative documentary examines the big ideas that have influenced the way we think about ourselves and God. Features interviews with Lee Strobel, William Lane Craig, Gary Habermas, J Warner Wallace, Nabeel Qureshi, Paul Copan and others.
THURS, Sept. 29 (8p ET & 9p PT)
For the last twenty years, men, women and children in the democratic Republic of Congo have lived through what the United Nations has described as one of the deadliest conflicts in modern African History. Discover how biblical concepts deliver real hope to the inhabitants? Lingering trauma in this post-war nation.
FRI, Sept. 30 (8p ET & 9p PT)
A gripping portrait of tattoo artist Chris Baker as he makes a difference in the lives of former gang members and sex trafficking survivors who are trapped by the tattoos of their past.
Visit our program schedule for a complete list of programs and airtimes.