Oh My God In celebration of the DVD release of the Beliefnet Film Award nominated documentary “Oh My God,”–in which filmmaker Peter Rodger traveled the world asking celebrities, religious leaders, and ordinary people about their thoughts on God–we are giving away 5 copies.

Want one?
Post a comment below by May 7, 2010 answering the question:What is God to you?
Make sure you include your email address in the designated area (it won’t be made public). The 5 best responses–based on the judgment of the Idol Chatter editors–will win a DVD copy of “Oh My God.”
Please read the legal stuff before entering. To learn more about the film watch the “Oh My God” trailer on Beliefnet or visit the film’s official website.

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