What are the best religionist documents on hulu?

How about we rapidly go through the differences amongst belief in a higher power and secularism. Belief in a higher power is a conviction that there is a higher force, be that a God or Gods, controlling our lives, or a few aspects of them. There are three monotheistic religions that show that there is just a single God to whom we ought to ask; they are Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. Each of these religions has some fundamental differences despite the fact that there are a few similarities between them. On the opposite side, there are polytheistic religions that show that there are numerous Gods to whose will we ought to submit. Among these religions are Hinduism, Buddhism, Confucianism, and Taoism. We can tell you what are the best religious documentaries on hulu?

 

Keeping in mind the end goal to make sense of our list of the 11 Best Religious/Atheist Documentaries on Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime, we embarked on a search for documentaries managing these subjects and took recommendations from Reddit, PBS, and News Max, among others. Those accessible on both of those gushing stages were then checked for their IMDb rating.

 

Pagan Christ has an IMDb Rating of 6.8 and it is available on Amazon Prime. This documentary is based on the book titled The Pagan Christ: Recovering the Lost Light, written by Canadian author Tom Harpur. In the book, Harpur claims that the New Testament is based on ancient myths and pagan religions and that the church leaders in the early years of Christianity used these myths and pagan religions to create a persona of Jesus. The book examines whether or not all people should follow one universal religion that is based on the belief that Christ lives in everyone.

 

Sons of Perdition has an IMDb Rating of 7.0 and it is also available on Amazon Prime. Sons of Perdition shows us what happens when you don’t share the same beliefs as other people. It follows three teenage boys who were members of the Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints (FLDS Church), led by controversial figure Warren Jeffs. Due to various reasons, the boys were exiled from their community and rejected by their families for going against their religion, becoming “sons of perdition”. You will be able to see what happens to people who are exiled from such closed communities while being unprepared for the outside world.

 

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