Jesus - The Missing History presents the inquiry of one man to discover if the faith of his childhood is true.
The DVD is enjoyable to watch because of the interesting information presented. For example, I did not know that the Roman census described in the Gospel of Luke (for which Jesus' parents had to travel to Bethlehem) is problematic for conservative Biblical scholars. Apparently, Roman census regulations from that time told everyone - as would be expected - to stay home. Furthermore, the date of that census was 6 A.D. which is ten years after Herod the Great Died. According to the Gospel of Matthew Herod the Great was alive when Jesus was born and so the date between the birth of Jesus in Matthew and in Luke is likely off by ten years.
Another fact I didn't know involved the increased tax on fisherman in 24 A.D. - right around the time when Jesus' ministry began. Half of Jesus' disciples were fisherman and this tax may help describe why fisherman were receptive to Jesus' message.
The DVD is not Earth shattering or comprehensive. However, it is a decent introduction to some tough questions that thoughtful Christians should consider.