God in America: Season 1, Episode 2

A Nation Reborn/A New Light (12 Oct. 2010)

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During the 19th century, the forces of modernity challenged traditional faith and drove a wedge between liberal and conservative believers.

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John Ahlin ...
Southern Minister #2 (voice)
Keith David ...
Richard Easton ...
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Southern Minister #1
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Charles A. Briggs
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Himself - Narrator
Cory Scott ...
Antislavery Minister
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Northern Minister and General Assembly Orator (voice)
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Isaac Mayer Wise (voice)
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Sam Tsoutsouvas ...
Nico Ward ...
Woman whipped
Gary Yudman ...
Rev. Augustus Baldwin Longstreet (voice)
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During the 19th century, the forces of modernity challenged traditional faith and drove a wedge between liberal and conservative believers.

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