The symposium-like activity gained popular attention with the help of Bro.Eli’s religious radio and television program, Ang Dating Daan (The Old Path).Then it will propose steps on how believers can effectively reach out to them by “speaking the truth in love” (Eph ). Instead of resorting to sarcasm and character assassination, it will focus on doctrinal issues.In 1922, eight years after the founding of the Iglesia ni Cristo (Church of Christ, hereon referred to as INC), minister Nicholas Perez broke away from it due to doctrinal differences.While mainly broadcasting in Filipino, some English language elements were added for foreign viewers, including "Truth in Focus", "Biblically Speaking", "How Authentic the Bible is", and "Bible Guide".It also features the use of multi-lingual and multi-dialectic translations of the Bible.In Latin America, it is broadcast as El Camino Antiguo which is also a direct translation of the English name.Selected episodes of the program can also be viewed on the Internet through the Members Church of God International websites and on You Tube.
Dec 6, 2007 Live The Old Path (Ang Dating Daan) Bible Exposition, Ask Bro.
It has been recognized as one of the longest-running religious programs in the Philippines. Initially, the TV program would only run for one hour due to limited funds.
The program currently airs live via satellite through the facilities of UHF Channel UNTV and various radio stations such as DZRH, UNTV-Radio La Verdad 1350, and 100 Radyo Natin FM Stations.
Sila ang dalawang lalake na matatapat na nagtatanyag ng salita ng Dios para sa lahat ng mga taong nagnanais na maging dapat sa Dios.
Members of Ang Dating Daan (“The Old Path,” hereon referred to as ADD) call Eliseo Soriano (their presiding minister) “the only sensible, honest and straightforward evangelist today”. They claim that his famous broadcast is “the only religious program which heightened the religious awareness of many people.” and that half a million people already converted to their faith because of that program, which is aired not only nationwide but even worldwide through their own cable TV channel, a hundred radio stations and the Internet.