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God v. Satan: The Final Battle (2008)

Christians, Jews and Muslims believe there will a final battle between God and Satan. Believers and scholars are interviewed. Artwork and staged reenactments depict the end times.

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(as Lisa Wolfinger)
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... Himself - Narrator (voice)
Jonathan Kirsch ... Himself - Author, 'A History of the End of the World'
Paul S. Boyer ... Himself - Professor of History, University of Wisconsin
Hassan Qazwini ... Himself - Islamic Center of America (as Imam Hassan Qazwini)
Tina J. Wray ... Herself - Assistant Professor of Religious Studies, Salve Regina University
Gregory Mobley ... Himself - Professor of Christian Bible, Andover Newton Theological School
Ed Hindson ... Himself - Author, 'Antichrist Rising: The Coming Global Society'
Richard Freund ... Himself - Professor of Judaic Studies, University of Hartford
John J. Collins ... Himself - Holmes Professor of Old Testament, Yale University
Tim LaHaye ... Himself - Author, 'Left Behind' Series (as Rev. Tim LaHaye)
Gary D. Frazier ... Himself - Author, 'Signs of the Coming Christ'
Elaine Pagels ... Herself - Professor of Religion, Princeton University
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... John of Patmos
Kevin Deon ... Stablehand
Simeon Russell ... Satan
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Christians, Jews and Muslims believe there will a final battle between God and Satan. Believers and scholars are interviewed. Artwork and staged reenactments depict the end times.

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19 October 2008 (USA)  »

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$500,000 (estimated)
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2 February 2009 | by See all my reviews

I found this documentary incredibly intriguing--both in a historical and theological context. It was refreshing that it objectively analyzed viewpoints from all three western religions. (personally I'd have liked to have seen correlations to additional religions/belief systems noted, but clearly that would have overextended the program's duration.) I also liked the graphic effects. The images/clips were such that they were graphic enough to sufficiently emphasize the content--yet abbreviated enough that the audience would not be likely to mistakenly associate it with 'televangelical' or melodramatic religious films/series.

Lastly, Avery Brooks was a superb choice as a narrator. The quality of vocal presence he's attained as a professor and stage actor is very evident. I hope he uses this small role as a stepping stone to revive his on-screen acting career.


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