What place does God have in an affluent, suburban world? A pastor explores
‘What could God still mean to you?’
Studies have shown that as wealth and education in a society increase, religiosity tends to wane. But is there still a place for God in affluent, more secular societies? In Suburban God, a liberal Protestant pastor travels door-to-door in IJburg, a planned neighbourhood in Amsterdam made up of modern apartments built on artificial islands, to discuss residents’ views on God, religion and faith.
Director: Elsbeth Fraanje
Producer: Katja Draaijer, Frank Hoeve