The Godless state

United Kingdom, 1977

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Episode of Series “The Christians”.
Traces the development of religious indifference and atheism from the French Revolution to the present. Focuses on the current state of religion in the Soviet Union, Poland, and Italy. However, makes the statement that with the New Testament there is no clear impression for readers about what Christianity stood for. The reader can glean from it any message that he/she wants…therefore Christianity has the ability to adapt.

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director

Michael Houlday

producer

Michael Murphy

production company

Granada Television International

Duration

00:53:55:00

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
1977

Appears in

The Christians

Group of items

The Christians

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