The world is shocked by the news that God is dead. A news reporter makes the announcement of the deity's death. A funeral service is held (with an metaphorical empty casket) to memorialize God in his passing.

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Ellwood Kieser ...
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Wyatt
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Stella
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Lindsey
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Nancy
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Lynn
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Kelly
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Tina Menard ...
Elena
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Ralph Manza ...
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The world is shocked by the news that God is dead. A news reporter makes the announcement of the deity's death. A funeral service is held (with an metaphorical empty casket) to memorialize God in his passing.

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1970 (USA)  »

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Ellwood Kieser - Host: What are you living for? We are animals who worship. We need something to give meaning and purpose to our lives. Some people live for God and the unselfish service of other people. The two are really the same, although we're not always aware of it. Other people reject God. It's not that they deny his existence, it's that they simply ignore him. What do these people live for? What becomes their god? Some retreat behind the walls of their own egos and live just for themselves. Others make money ...
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