God across History

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1. How did humanity worship God across history?
2. What was the concept of God in ancient religions? How do today's major religions view God?
3. Is theology equally important across religious traditions?
This video answers these questions and more from the perspectives of those individual religions

ما هي الآلهة التي عبدها البشر بعدما انحرفت فطرتهم عن توحيد الخالق؟
كيف افترقت البشرية التائهة في مفهوم الإله؟
ما مفهوم الإله عند الفراعنة والرومان؟
وما مفهومه عند أتباع الأديان الكبرى في العالم اليوم؟
ماذا جنت البشرية عندما أعرضت عن وحي الله واتبعت أهواءها؟
هذا ما يجيب عنه هذا الفلم.

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Shared on: 23 Feb 2016

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