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How to Know God (2006)

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A unique experience in combining religion, and realize that God is within each individual, regardless of faith.



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A unique experience in combining religion, and realize that God is within each individual, regardless of faith.

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Oh my...God?
28 February 2011 | by (Austria) – See all my reviews

This may be the silliest thing i have seen in years.

Basically it's a guy, who was or still is a doctor and who seems to spend his nights in Vegas, talking about his very own view on life. I am not sure if he understands some of the things he talks about. He talks about physics and chemistry until his own knowledge comes to an end and then he fills this gap with the word god. It is really nothing more than that except cheap computer animations that make this movie only seem more silly. "If you believe in this stone, you believe in God!"

At the end I don't know what that film wanted to tell me but I think it made me anti-spiritual!

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