Is there some universal concept of God that all religions share? Or, is God fundamentally different to people of different faiths. That is the question Morgan Freeman tries to answer in Episode 3 of “The Story of God”.
Freeman takes you on a journey through different cultures, religions, and traditions. Some people believe God in Islam is the closest thing you can get to the scientific God, the creator of the world, god of the cosmos, and not the man god.
Maybe one of the closest and best answers we can get is “We cannot imagine God”. That is the answer an Imam gives to Freeman in one of his interviews.
The concept of God has always baffled scientists and people of different religions. We are all trying to find the universal answer.
In Episode 3 of The Story of God, Freeman looks at how the perception of God has changed over the years. Remember, there was a time humanity believed there are many gods, not one. We have to note that there might be ideas and beliefs in the video that might be contrary to some religions, Islamic especially. But at least Freeman is trying to find the answers.
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