Victims of wars, concentration camps, and three contemporaries put God on trial for permitting so many innocent people to suffer untold agony over the centuries. Set in a modern courtroom ... See full summary »

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God
Ray Duke ...
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Dr. Sally Carlin
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Donald Quinlan
Ellwood Kieser ...
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Leo Braddock
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Judge Roberta Lynn
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Kay Durban
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Gary Schneider
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Victims of wars, concentration camps, and three contemporaries put God on trial for permitting so many innocent people to suffer untold agony over the centuries. Set in a modern courtroom with a prosecuting attorney and defense counsel, the drama pits accusers against the deity. It is a gripping, suspenseful drama with a surprise ending. Written by Anonymous

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10 November 1980 (USA)  »

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Kay Durban: I can tell, sir, that you're a warm and sensitive human being. Would you mind telling the court how you feel about the plaintiffs in today's case?
God: They're very beautiful.
Kay Durban: You say that, despite the resentment they obviously feel for you?
God: Of course. In their shoes, I would probably feel the same way.
Kay Durban: When you look at their pain and suffering, what do you feel?
God: I feel a great pain in my heart.
Kay Durban: Do you feel any guilt?
God: No. No, I don't feel any guilt. Do you think that I should feel guilt?
Kay Durban: I should ...
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