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Questioning Faith: Confessions of a Seminarian (2002)

When Macky Alston's fellow seminarian, Alan Smith, died of AIDS, Alston had a crisis of faith that caused him to make this documentary. Alston sought out Smith's partner and family and ... See full summary »

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When Macky Alston's fellow seminarian, Alan Smith, died of AIDS, Alston had a crisis of faith that caused him to make this documentary. Alston sought out Smith's partner and family and tried to answer the question "Why does God permit such senseless tragedies" Written by Havan_IronOak@Bigfoot.com

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This challenging and ambitious examination of faith is a must see film
25 February 2007 | by See all my reviews

Questioning Faith is a cinematic spiritual journey of Macky Alston and his circle of friends. As Alston explores a wide and diverse range of spiritual beliefs ranging from Christian, Buddhist, Muslim, Atheist, and Jewish holocaust survivor, the film illustrates similarities rather than differences in individuals who are dealing with their own personal tragedies. Questioning Faith is an emotional and spiritual roller coaster that poses more questions than answers. As Macky deals with his own faith and struggles, I found myself questioning my life experiences and spiritual beliefs. This challenging and ambitious examination of faith is a must see film.


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