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(248) 8.2 2016

The Insanity of God is a movie starring Vitalijs Jevsjukovs, Kenny Champion, and John W. Iwanonkiw. Based on the best selling book by Nik Ripken, The Insanity of God is the personal and lifelong journey of an ordinary couple from...

Starring
Kenny Champion, Earl Rorer, Vitalijs Jevsjukovs, John W. Iwanonkiw
Genres
Documentary
Director
Brad Knull

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Audio English  Deutsch  Italiano  Español  Français  Gaeilge  Svenska  Nederlands
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Quality 480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Genres Documentary
Director Brad Knull
Stars Kenny Champion, Earl Rorer, Vitalijs Jevsjukovs, John W. Iwanonkiw
Country USA
Description Based on the best selling book by Nik Ripken, The Insanity of God is the personal and lifelong journey of an ordinary couple from rural Kentucky who thought they were going on just your ordinary missionary pilgrimage, but discovered it would be anything but. After spending over six hard years doing relief work in Somalia, and experiencing life where it looked like God had turned away completely and He was clueless about the tragedies of life.

Top reviews

Friday, 03 Jul 2020 10:04

This is the only movie that I have seen that brought together the various members of the Catholic Church on the topic of Pope Francis. The other movies on this subject have been quite boring and have not included the Catholic Church or its leaders in a very positive light. The Catholic Church has never been favorable in talking about it, so it is even more interesting to see the opinions of the church about the topic. The Catholicism of the Catholic Church has been very negative about the topic and has not been neutral. Francis is very close to the Catholic Church and has been openly critical of the teachings of the church. However, this film shows the Catholic Church to be much more open-minded, encouraging, and much more open-minded than it has ever been. The Pope has been very open-minded with the information that the Catholic Church has been sharing with him. Francis does not believe that the teachings of the Catholic Church are universal, and has stated that he does not think that all of it is bad. He has a very positive view of the Church. He does not believe that the Catholic Church has a negative influence on society, and in his view is a very positive influence on the family, the Church, and the Church's teachings. Francis has taken the challenge of explaining his position and has taught the Catholic Church how to be more open-minded and unbiased. He has made it clear that the teachings of the Catholic Church should be used for good rather than just to criticize or ridicule. Pope Francis has stated that the people should take the criticism and not give it. Many people are going to disagree with Francis' opinion and his message. I feel that this film is an excellent summary of the views of the Catholic Church and the views of Pope Francis. There is a lot of positive and negative information that is contained in the film. The opinions of the Catholic Church on the topic has been very positive. Francis is very open-minded about the topic, and has spoken about his personal thoughts and opinions about the subject of the Catholic Church and its teachings. I highly recommend this film.
Monday, 22 Jun 2020 22:54

This is a very inspiring and thought-provoking film. As someone who was born into a Christian family and grew up in a very "church" world, I would be the first to say that Jesus is very powerful and he's the only one who is truly God. His teachings, his words and his example, all of his life, have been a source of inspiration to me. The fact that they are "denied" and even "banned" by the government - and even the state of Illinois - is just not fair. I was very moved when I learned of the families who were forced to move away from their homeland and assimilate to a community that was not their own. The small group of kids who were brought into this situation were told by their parents to take a different path - a totally different path - than what they actually desired. I was shocked and saddened when I heard of the families who lost their homes and their families - and not one of them that I know had to leave Illinois, but there were families who lost their homes. I know many of the parents of these kids who suffered a lot. I hope this film can be seen by as many people as possible, because the movie does a wonderful job at presenting the facts, as well as how religion and politics can really kill a family and leave a family broken in parts. I am so glad that this movie was made. I urge people of all religions and none to see this movie. I know that the children will go to heaven, and that the parents will be strengthened. I am in agreement with many of the critics on this page that the film is not politically correct. That is why I thought it was important for me to see this movie and it has helped me greatly. Thank you so much for the wonderful film.
Friday, 19 Jun 2020 00:41

The Insanity of God is a fantastic documentary that covers not only the life and writings of Murray Bookchin, but the writings of Christopher Lasch, Thomas Hobbes, Murray Bookchin, Fourier, Gramsci, Nick Land and his political allies of the time and explaining the recent decline of this movement. Bookchin is amazing. He is both a revolutionary and a theoretical philosopher. He is also an artist, an artist who has a vision. This vision is very different from the one of Marxism-Leninism, the Soviet Union, and the Left. On the other hand, Bookchin is also very sensitive about language. In the end of the video he makes a clear statement that we are witnessing a cultural desert that has not been fully compensated by technology. Since the arrival of capitalism, it has become a matter of routine to accept the language of everyday life and the rhetoric of vulgar and racist capitalism. The video shows his point of view on this situation and shows it from his point of view, so that anyone can understand what he is saying. Another very important point, which is also well articulated in this video, is the nature of the energy we use. A film from a single time period, there is not a lot of analysis or documentation about this aspect. However, in the end the energy that fuels our civilization is captured as the essence of what we are. The video was made during the peak of the epoch of George Bush and right before the 2008 elections. The speech of the president of France, Francois Hollande, in which he announced that "we are all human beings", was also very powerful. His point was that it is not necessary to have a global dictatorship in order to live in peace. On this note, we might need to clarify that it is not necessary to have a universal church to have peace. Even if the socialist has a global dictatorship, it can continue to live in peace with people living under colonial regimes that are not free. It is a political revolution. The recent election of Barack Obama was a disaster for us, because it was an election that did not have a social democratic line. We can see that most politicians, like Hillary Clinton, see that they are not important to the general public. And it is the revolution of a president that gets rich by making himself small. This is what happens with the French media in recent years. We have only two opinion networks, one that includes books and the other is owned by the state. It is the same with British media, although they have three channels. I would not like to comment about the French media, because their system is a fraction of ours. I should only comment on the other two major media systems that I have not seen very much of, one that consists of news, and the other one that is a national radio. The second thing that I would like to comment on is that the world has become a very sensitive issue because of the situation in Iraq, as in Venezuela. This is a way that shows that the media now is a much bigger part of the lives of the people of the world than it used to be. We see the commercials, that are forced to come in, as if they were presenting the actions of oil corporations, and yet we now see them directly. The worst thing of all is the media. We know that we watch television a lot, but how many of us can actually participate in it? And what is more, are we able to see it or is it hidden? In the end, it is a question that I think all people have to think about. Even the most difficult questions, like, how can we improve the world? or, what happens to us if there is no more hope for the future? can be taken very seriously, and I think the current situation in the world can explain why.


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