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Let’s talk about God! Season Three

(Photo: Jonathan Hordle/REX/Shutterstock) Morgan Freeman Morgan Freeman awarded Freedom of the City of London, The Guildhall, London, Britain - 12 Nov 2014

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LOS ANGELES, CA – MAY 22: Actor/honoree Morgan Freeman attends Backstage at the Geffen at Geffen Playhouse on May 22, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Matt Winkelmeyer/Getty Images)

By Judith O.

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Pasadena, CA (The Hollywood Times) 3/27/19 – Morgan Freedom and Sal Masekela will do all they can to make The Story of God an amazing adventure for you.

I asked both gentlemen the why of this presentation.. is it to convince us to believe, if so in what or whom, when and where??? What about is there a story of God?  How many gods?

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Why Now?

The National Geographic wanted to get together a team with the talent and skill  Raw skills that would allow them to make an effort to direct you to all of the walks, that any group, as or are traveled in the  name god… god/God. Show that there are many paths but not guide you or stray you in a predestined direction.

Two of the men who, for the third season, will send you into the vibrations of sight will be Morgan Freedom and Sal (Selema) Masekela.

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These two men have an interesting connection. Some would say that the have a minor god in common. Sal’s father, Hugh, was the King of South African Jazz a man who was adored and worshiped by many. He wrote and recorded and played the songs that lead the apartheid movement> Morgan Freeman was heavily involved in the movement.

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When interviewed Sal stated that his dad had him jazz clubs and on the road at a young age.  This put the young man in the front of many different ideas and near the world of reporting.

However, it has his Jehovah Witness family that gave hike the courage to be a Seeker.  It was of move to the foreign world of Carlsbad, Calif (from N.Y.) that sent the youth to take up boarding in all its forms and leaped him into the word of reporting.

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The varied background of these two men makes them the perfect arrow to aim at the target of who could we, should we, have we adored. Not is there a god but why have the name been used so often, for so many and how do U feel about it ?

Watch and learn..is now but can be streamed anytime.

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“The Story of God” w, Morgan Freeman

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