FRONTLINE Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero
One year after 9/11 how did America grapple with its biggest and most difficult questions? Details
Episode: Faith and Doubt at Ground Zero
For many Americans, the most difficult questions about 9/11 were not about politics, military strategy or homeland security. They were questions about God, about evil and about the potential for darkness within religion itself. What was it we saw on Sept. 11? Was it the true face of evil? Was it the face of religion? And where, if one is a believer, was God on that tragic morning?
Premiere Date: 09/03/2002
Episode Expires: Never
TV Rating: NR
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