A Journey To Iraq

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Released 2006

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2006
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A Journey To Iraq is a 2006 short documentary film written and directed by Benjamin Wilbanks. The documentary follows a Christian missionary, Tim Comer, who is living in the Kurdish territory of Northern Iraq. In addition to sharing the teachings of Christianity with the locals, Comer hopes to go one step beyond with his missionary work. He aims to establish a Christian printing press, the first of its kind in that specific area of the world. Since Islam is the preferred religion in Iraq, Comer has his work cut out for him. Reactions to the printing press range from annoyance to outright religious discrimination. However, Comer wants to work with Iraqi people who respond to the teachings of Christianity and help them find the tools and resources they need to convert to a new faith. The documentary follows Comer's struggles, as well as focusing on the history of religious tension in Iraq.

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Drama

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Coming of Age