“The Story of God”


Morgan Freeman seeks to find out why evil exists in world

We love Morgan Freeman

and will watch anything that has him in it,

because we know him to be a great actor and person.

I have been extremely quiet with a new project of his,

“The Story of God”

Actually enjoyed watching.

I even liked this last episode

“Why should evil exist at all?”

Mr. Freeman, bless his heart,

does not appear to have the background

to be able to dispute some of the answers

that he was receiving from every religion

that he is seeking information from.

It is believable that the Mesopotamian religion

believes in an evil angel.

and that their religion predates Christians.


However, the Zoroastrianism believer that he

spoke to evidently has not studies the Torah

and/or the Old Testament

with a true non-bias, teacher?

The first reading of the bad, Satan, devil, Lucifer.

Genesis 3:1-24

Now the serpent was more subtle than any beast of the field which the LORD God had made.

And he said unto the woman, Yea, hath God said, Ye shall not eat of every tree of the garden?

The Serpent, Satan was in the first book of the bible

long before there was an Israel

that was conquered by the Babylonian empire.

That’s just one of a number of my questions.

2nd question

Genesis 1:26 King James Version (KJV)

26 -And God said,

Let us make man in our image,

after our likeness:

Notice the plural

(Us and Our)?

This would mean that God is telling us

that there are more than

one of something

or someone,

what do you think?

This post is long enough now however, it is just a start!

‘Story of God’

Morgan Freeman seeks to find out why evil exists in world



While in the tombs of Luxor, Egypt, Freeman began to think that the root of good and evil stemmed from people’s desire to enter Heaven.

Christians of today should study ancient Egyptians and their belief that the god Osiris determines their eligibility to enter Heaven by judging the state of their hearts,

says Freeman.

The episode, which was shown on Sunday, ended with a scene showing people being baptized in a river.

“People sin but those sins can be washed away,”

Freeman says.

“We need to know evil because it drives us to do good—the ability to express kindness, mercy, [and] forgiveness.” http://www.christiantoday.com/article/story.of.god.recap.morgan.freeman.seeks.to.find.out.why.evil.exists.in.world/85185.htm

The Story of God’ and the Problem of Evil

Anu, Ashur (god) Mesopotamian religion 

National Geographic’s

‘The Story of God’ Episode 5

‘Why Does Evil Exist’



Zoroastrianism, or more natively Mazdayasna, is one of the world’s oldest, and at one time most powerful religions, “combining a cosmogonic dualism and eschatological monotheism in a manner unique… among the major religions of the world.” Ascribed to the teachings of the Iranian Prophet Zoroaster (or Zarathustra), he exalted their deity of wisdom, Ahura Mazda, as its Supreme Being.

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