The Lazarus Bible series, a series of eight short films and short documentaries about the story of Lazarus, has been released on Blu-ray.
The series is a follow-up to the 2010 Lazarus Bible film which premiered on the BBC.
In the film, a young girl named Emilia is kidnapped and taken into slavery by the ancient Romans.
In a final scene, a Roman soldier saves her from the clutches of a Roman slave-master, who was about to be executed by the Romans.
The Lazarus series focuses on a young man named Lazarus who becomes a Christian, despite being a slave.
The films have also been made available in Spanish, Portuguese and Arabic.
As of now, the series is available on Amazon and iTunes, though a Spanish DVD is in the works.
The BBC says the series will be available on its website later this month.
The film’s producers, Simon Hattenstock and Michael O’Donoghue, were originally from the UK, but relocated to Ireland in 2011 after a series about a Christian girl being taken captive in Africa.
The programme has also been released in English, French and German.
The original films were released in 2007 and 2010, respectively, and were shown in cinemas and on PBS.
A Spanish edition of the films, entitled The Resurrection of Lazarus: A Film by Simon Hattenstock and M. O’Doherty, has also appeared on PBS, and the English version of the series was released in 2012.