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The god who wasn't there


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This documentary only weighed in at about an hour, and was a mixed bag.

The beginning was a string of ok to weak arguments/analogies in a Micheal Moore-ish style, and the ending was along the same lines, except it felt just personal for the director himself. The meat of it was about the halfway point, where it got insightful looking at timelines of apostles, gaps & inconsistencies, and strong likenesses to previous pagan & mythological deities. That 20 minutes or so made it worth a viewing, if youre into these kinds of films.

 

Only other dissapointment was that Richard Dawkins (The Selfish Gene) was said to be in this, but he's only interviewed on the extras that i didnt get to see....

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