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by Karen Armstrong
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Year Released:
 2001

Based on the best-selling book by Karen Armstrong, this History Channel documentary examines the concept of God in the three major monotheistic religions, from the days of Abraham to modern times.

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Year Released:
 2008

Entropy Films is proud to present Beyond Our Differences, a documentary film conceived and directed by Peter Bisanz that explores the positive role of faith in the world today and the fundamental unity of the worlds religions.

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Year Released:
 2003

India is home to all the major religions of the world. Its spiritual tradition and ancient philosophy are becoming increasingly relevant in a modern materialistic age.

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Year Released:
 2010

God in America, is a presentation of AMERICAN EXPERIENCE and FRONTLINE, and explores the historical role of religion in the public life of the United States. The six-hour series interweaves documentary footage, historical dramatization, and interviews with religious historians.

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Year Released:
 2012

The Road to Armageddon: A Spiritual Documentary examines the universal concept of the Apocalypse on an intensely personal and spiritual level, not as the end of the world but as the end of you: your body, your mind and, if you're not careful, your soul.

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Year Released:
 2002

For many Americans, the most difficult questions about 9/11 were not about politics, military strategy or homeland security. They were questions about God, about evil and about the potential for darkness within religion itself.

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Year Released:
 2008

Jerusalem's Old City is a tiny enclave where some of history's greatest dramas have been enacted. Busy and colorful, it is the fountainhead of three major religions, the site of many of the world's most venerated shrines, and home to 26,000 people of profoundly different cultures who live side by side in a fragile peace.

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