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Exploring First-Century Christian Civilization in Asia Minor

Rightman Entertainment Group Inc. is a media production and marketing company focused on the production of television, satellite, online, and web-based programming for various markets around the world.

The journey was made primarily as a documentary looking at the historian archeological site related to the first century of Christian culture and civilization that was developing in Asia minor, the Turkey of today. A documentary is made of 4 parts, each approximately 45 minutes and highlights 10 locations. These locations are examined the historic, the archeological and some of the related theological considerations as the Christian faith was expanding outside the Palestine of the time into Asia minor and later in Europe. We examined historic sites in Perge, Aspendus, Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamon, Phytera, Sardis, Philadelphia and Laodicea.

These locations are all situated in southwestern part of turkey of today, near major cities like Izmir, Dennis Lee and some other cities such as Antalya that within a driving distance of 2-4 hours one can reach most of these sites.

Our travel began from Antalya where we visited Aspendus and Perge, from there to the city of Dennis Lee where we saw Laodicea and from Laodicea and Dennis Lee in the current location in Turkey travel to Izmir, where we were able to view the remainder of the locations.

Some of these locations are completely preserved and intact almost as they were two thousand years ago; some have extensive damages in the sights and yet clearly in the pointing to the rich civilization that existed at the time. The amazing thing about these locations that we attempted to capture in the documentary is how well they have in preserved and how they so clearly show the rich Hellenistic civilization that did exist at the time and how the Apostles and other Christian leaders were able to travel through them and propagate the Christian faith through Asia Minor into the rest of Europe.

  • Documentary Focus: The primary aim of the documentary was to explore historical and archaeological sites related to the first-century Christian culture and civilization that thrived in Asia Minor, which is modern-day Turkey.

  • Four-Part Documentary: The documentary comprises four parts, each approximately 45 minutes in length, and it delves into the historical and archaeological significance of 10 key locations.

  • Key Locations Explored: The documentary takes viewers on a journey through historic sites in Perge, Aspendus, Ephesus, Smyrna, Pergamon, Phytera, Sardis, Philadelphia, and Laodicea.