Recently, In two columns, God on trial and The inner light of a man, I mentioned the BBC film, God on Trial (this is different from Elie Wiesel’s play). The scene above is the culminating argument made by a rabbi, condemning God. The film is actually a series of powerful dialogues on faith. In Losing my religion, the movie’s script writer, Frank Cottrell Boyce, described how he wrote the script. It’s a thoughtful essay on religion, and writing.