Blind Faith: Religion vs. Spirituality| 21mins
Director: Joshua Harrington, Chaka Davis | Producer: Joshua Harrington, Chaka Davis
Focus Years: 2013 | Country: United States
"Blind Faith: Religion vs. Spirituality" is a documentary that captures different perspectives on religion/spirituality and beliefs of people of different religions. The objective of "Blind Faith: Religion vs. Spirituality" is to teach the world to accept each other's beliefs. We sometimes tend to portray people as "crazy" if they don't believe in the same thing we believe. Ultimately, we all believe in Love, and we all believe that our God is a representation of Love. So no matter what religion you choose to follow that makes you feel complete, the common factor in all is Love. Love is the greatest religion.
Blind Faith: Religion vs. Spirituality | 21mins
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