The actor examines different faiths' views on miracles, meeting a man who survived falling 47 storeys and a cancer patient who believes his illness can be cured by prayer.
Where does evil come from? Morgan sets out to understand the root of evil and how our ideas of it have evolved over the millennia.
Morgan Freeman traverses the globe to ask: Where did we come from? What happened “in the beginning”?
Who is God? Morgan begins a quest to discover who God is — and how he, she or they have evolved over human history.
Host Morgan Freeman examines both the past and the future to determine what various faith traditions predict about the End of Days.
In the event series premiere, host Morgan Freeman explores how different religions of past and present answer the question: What happens when we die?
Morgan Freeman explore the effects of negative cultural stereotypes on our subconscious and how they may be changed.
This Steven Spielberg-directed exploration into a long-ago episode in African-American history recounts the trial that followed the 1839 rebellion aboard the Spanish slave ship Amistad and captures the complex political maneuverings set in motion by the event. Filmed in New England and Puerto Rico, the 152-minute drama opens with a pre-credit sequence showing Cinque (Djimon Hounsou) and the other Africans in a violent takeover of the Amistad. Captured, they are imprisoned in New England where former slave Theodore Joadson (Morgan Freeman), viewing the rebels as "freedom fighters," approaches property lawyer Baldwin (Matthew McConaughey), who attempts to prove the Africans were "stolen goods" because they were kidnapped. Running for re-election, President Martin Van Buren (Nigel Hawthorne) overturns the lower court's decision in favor of the Africans. Former President John Quincy Adams (Anthony Hopkins) is reluctant to become involved, but when the case moves on to the Supreme Court, Adams stirs emotions with a powerful defense.