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Dear God

Director:Garry MarshallWriters:Warren Leight and Ed KaplanDirector of Photography:Charles MinskyEditor:Debra Neil-FisherMusic:Jeremy Lubbock and James Patrick DunneProduction Designer:Albert B…

Playing God

Director: Andy WilsonWriter: Mark Haskell SmithDirector of Photography:Anthony B. RichmondEditor:Louise RubackyMusic:Richard HartleyProduction Designer:Naomi ShohanProducers:Marc Abraham and L…

Eye of God

Director/Writer: Tim Blake NelsonDirector of Photography:Russell Lee FineEditor:Kate SanfordProduction Designer:Patrick GearyProducers:Wendy Ettinger and Michael NelsonCastle Hill Productions …

Gods and Monsters

Director/Writer:Bill CondonLions Gate Films; R; 105 minutesRelease:11/98Cast:Ian McKellan, Brendan Fraser, Lynne Redgrave, Lolita Davidovich and Kevin O'Connor A finely wrought character study…

Walt Whitman: Gods

GodsLover divine and perfect Comrade, Waiting content, invisible yet, but certain, Be thou my God.Thou, thou, the Ideal Man, Fair, able, beautiful, content, and loving, Complete in body and di…

Brewer's: Gods

BRITONS. The gods of the ancient Britons. Taramis (the father of the gods and master of thunder), Teutates (patron of commerce and inventor of letters), Esus (god of war), Belinus (= Apollo…

Brewer's: Sons of God

Angels, genuine Christians, or believers who are the sons of God by adoption. “As many as are led by the Spirit of God, they are the sons of God.” - Romans viii. 14. Sons of G…

Brewer's: God

Gothic, goth (god); German, gott. (See Alla, Adonist, Elohistic, etc.) It was Hiero, Tyrant of Syracuse, who asked Simonides the poet, “What is God?” Simonides asked to have a d…

Brewer's: God's Acre

A churchyard or cemetery. I like that ancient Saxon phrase, which calls The burial ground God's Acre. —Longfellow. Source: Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, E. Cobham Brewer, 1894God…

Brewer's: Gods' Secretaries

(The). The three Parcæ. One dictates the decrees of the gods; another writes them down; and the third sees that they are carried out. (Martianus Capella. 5th century.) Source: Dictio…