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Questioning Faith: Confessions of a Seminarian (2002)

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When Macky Alston's fellow seminarian, Alan Smith, died of AIDS, Alston had a crisis of faith that caused him to make this documentary. Alston sought out Smith's partner and family and ... See full summary »

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When Macky Alston's fellow seminarian, Alan Smith, died of AIDS, Alston had a crisis of faith that caused him to make this documentary. Alston sought out Smith's partner and family and tried to answer the question "Why does God permit such senseless tragedies" Written by Havan_IronOak@Bigfoot.com

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Loved it - was changed by watching it
22 February 2007 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I found this film extraordinary and so human. Rarely is faith treated in such a real, gritty, nuanced way in which respect for a wide range of beliefs (and non-belief) are honored. Congratulations to all who made it and thanks for this rare and critical contribution to films that explore matters of faith. I just wish it were more widely available! If anyone knows of other films this good on faith - please post their titles. It is so interesting to that this film was made so recently after 9/11. Rarely are Muslims treated these days with such respect. And how sad that Annie Powell (what a hero!) died. What a life!


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