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Bruce Gilman ...
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Bill Colwell Jr. ...
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Charles Teel Jr. ...
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Pat Robertson ...
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Greg Laurie ...
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Nicholas Olevsky ...
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G.W. Abersold ...
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Gordon Robertson ...
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Selling God is a whimsical look at the Contemporary Evangelical Movement. It offers a satirical perspective on the many absurdities that arise when religion and popular culture collide and features interviews with Dr. Noam Chomsky as well as many other scholars and religious leaders. Written by Shoreline Entertainment

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Comical not Factual
5 May 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is a biased film and is quite comical on many levels, but unfortunately is not factually accurate. The tone of the narrator from the beginning is condescending. I give it a 3 out of 10 for the reason that the film states many facts but contrasts them with too many opinions. With that said. Atheists, Agnostics, and virtually everyone else other than Christians will enjoy this film. I am not denouncing the film altogether. The film is edited well, and the use of footage from many of the Evangelical events is used to make their points. It is unfortunate that the film makers spent their time and resources making a film that has already been done before, Religulous, The God Who Wasn't There, etc.


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