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A new documentary, A Conversation With God, looks at a topic that has fascinated Christians since the days of the New Testament: the rise of atheistic religions in the Middle East.
In its first season, the documentary explores the rise and fall of some of the worlds most prominent atheists, and offers a glimpse into the minds of people who have gone against their beliefs.
In this episode, I spoke to documentary filmmaker Adam Smith about his project.
Adam Smith is a filmmaker, writer, and editor who spent the last year traveling to the Middle Eastern countries of the Middle-East, looking for people and events that could help illuminate the problems and solutions that people face there.
A Conversation With Gods is a unique film, and I think it speaks to the current climate in many ways.
I have had many conversations with people from the Middle east about the topic of Islam, and the way that it is used by the state and by religious leaders, in particular to oppress the people.
I’ve seen how they use Islam as a weapon.
So I thought it was important to explore the question of whether it was possible to talk about these issues without being seen as hateful.
And the truth is, Islam is not only used as a tool by religious forces to oppress, but it’s also used as the tool of hope, and that’s why I think that it’s important for the public to see what’s going on in the world, to hear from people who are doing the same.
The movie focuses on one of the most important and controversial figures in the history of Islam: the prophet Mohammed, who is often considered the greatest spiritual leader in the Islamic world.
I spoke with the filmmakers to learn more about the relationship between Islam and Christianity, and to understand how the prophet of Islam was able to create a society where his followers were able to live and work in harmony.
Adam Smith was born in London in 1957.
He grew up in a Catholic family, and later went to the University of Oxford, where he studied philosophy.
He later returned to the U.K., and was ordained a priest in 1977.
After a few years of seminary, he took a job at the World Congress of Families in Birmingham, England.
There, he was part of the founding team of the Anglican Church, which helped to establish the Anglicanism in the Muslim world.
In 1981, he founded a small group called Friends of the Church in the West, which he described as a “bureau of dissent,” and then, as a young man, he joined the Board of the World Church.
He was a regular contributor to the New Scientist magazine, and he edited several books on the history and philosophy of Christianity, including The Gospel According to Christ.
In 1986, Smith moved to Los Angeles, and began working on a film called The Future of Christianity.
He started with the premise that the world of Islam would be transformed, and by the time he was finished, there would be an end to the war between Islam in the Arabian Peninsula and the Roman Catholic Church in Europe.
The film was based on his research into the story of Muhammad, and it focused on how he changed Islam and Christians in the same way that he did with Christianity.
Smith was working on The Future Of Christianity when he met the director, David Wiggers.
David Wige, who was also working on A Conversation with God, had recently started a documentary project called The Kingdom Of Islam, which followed the rise, rise, and fall, of Islam in Spain.
In the early 2000s, Wigers and Smith started talking about how Islam was changing, and Smith was intrigued by Wigings ideas, so he agreed to join the team of filmmakers to make a documentary on Islam and Christian faith.
A conversation with God is not just about what’s happening in the United States today, but what’s been happening in places like Saudi Arabia and Egypt for decades, and what’s being happening in Muslim countries and Muslim communities around the world.
It’s the question, How are we going to survive?
Smith decided to make this film about Islam in America, because it was his experience in the Arab world that was different from his own.
Before I got involved in this project, I had always had a problem with Christianity and Muslims.
And I had a lot of problems with my own religion and with Islam, so I felt that if I was going to talk to people, it would be in a way that was honest.
But I was still deeply skeptical of religion, and of Islam.
When I first got involved, the only place I was interested in was Islam in general, but then, in the second season, it became obvious to me that there was an interest in the topic that I hadn’t thought of.
And that was when I decided to talk with Adam Smith.
Adam, a Christian, is one