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Films on Demand database provides full video access to thousands of video titles in Humanities & Social Sciences. The Films on Demand collection contains 28 subjects for easy browsing, including the subject Philosophy and Religion. Films may be searched by title or segment.
Below are some suggested films from the Films on Demand database on religion around the world.
Some of history’s most violent religious conflicts have taken place among people who profess the same beliefs. Are there insights to be learned from schisms within faiths? This seven-part series exposes the internal arguments and core beliefs of the world’s major religions. Examining Christianity, Judaism, Islam, Hinduism, and Buddhism—as well as the Humanist movement and the resurgence of Paganism—the series goes inside every manner of religious institution: temples, mosques, churches, as well as dynamic and colorful religious festivals.
Spiritual belief has shaped society through the ages and continues to play a vital role in the lives of billions of adherents. Drawing from the sacred texts of each, this series provides an introduction to the seven largest religions practiced today. Historical origins, main tenets, holidays and special ceremonies are all covered, along with important worship locales around the world. The eight-part series also looks at what the seven major religions have in common.
In Twist of Faith, we follow award-winning documentary filmmaker Martin Himel on one of the most ambitious projects of his career—a global journey to discover how religions and spiritual traditions influence societies and individuals around the world. While not everyone may practice a spiritual discipline or subscribe to a conventional faith, we are all affected in one way or another by the rich diversity of the world’s faiths. The 13-part series offers fascinating glimpses into worlds both known and unknown.
Over the course of this illuminating seven-part series, the outspoken yet sincere Hans Küng—arguably the world’s best-known living theologian—exercises his talent for transforming the complex into the comprehensible as he presents an overview of the emergence and historical development of religion; 5 titles in series