Jerusalem, The Covenant City

DVD Release: July 23, 2002
Jerusalem, The Covenant City


The producers scripted this program with their open and unapologetic perspective that the land of Jerusalem and Israel is an irrevocable gift of God to the Jewish people. Agree or disagree, viewers will find this program superbly produced and its arguments challenging.

Dove Review

This documentary is an eye-opening revelation of the history of Jerusalem, reinforced with scriptural references that support the past and future of the Holy City and Israel.

The first part of the film recounts the history that the Lord had in store for his people, the prophecies that took place before Christ, and those that were fulfilled with the birth of Jesus. The second part discusses the persecution of the Jewish people and the future, not only for Israel, but also of the world when it tries to destroy God’s people.

Students of the Bible will get an in-depth look into the future prophecies, as the biblical end of the world comes into play. “Jerusalem” is a great documentary for discussion and study. Although some scenes may be disturbing to younger viewers, this film is awarded the Dove Faith Friendly Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Discussion regarding immorality and sin
Language: None
Violence: Discussion of wars and destruction of Israel and Jerusalem; war scenes; men with guns; fires; natural disasters
Drugs: None
Nudity: A scene of naked men with hands over genitals, according to scripture
Other: Prophecies from the Bible regarding the past and future


Company: Gateway Films / Vision Video
Writer: Hugh Kitson
Director: Hugh Kitson
Producer: Hugh Kitson
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 108 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe