Through balanced analysis of historic and holy texts and extensive use of ancient art and artifacts, we'll follow the long road to today's understanding of God and what the journey--and the destination--have to tell us about humanity and its never-ending search for meaning and comfort.From the time of Abraham to the present, this is a thought-provoking look at the God at the heart of the world's three great monotheistic religions.Spurred on by the loss of his neighborhood and inspired by the sidewalk preachers around him, Bill bought a collar to match his white caterer's jacket, bleached his hair and became the Reverend Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping.Since 1999, Reverend Billy has gone from being a lone preacher with a portable pulpit preaching on subways, to the leader of a congregation and a movement whose numbers are well into the thousands.
Derek Archer, a prospective PHC student believes home-schooling has protected him from the 'moral decay of the world'.
From producer Morgan Spurlock (SUPER SIZE ME) and director Rob Van Alkemade comes a serious docu-comedy about the commercialization of Christmas.
Bill Talen (aka Reverend Billy) was a lost idealist who hitchhiked to New York City only to find that Times Square was becoming a mall.
Through retail interventions, corporate exorcisms, and some good old-fashioned preaching, Reverend Billy reminds us that we have lost the true meaning of Christmas.
is a journey into the heart of America – from exorcising the demons at the Wal-Mart headquarters to taking over the center stage at the Mall of America and then ultimately heading to the Promised Land … Will we be led like Sheeple to the Christmas slaughter, or will we find a new way to give a gift this Christmas?