Skeptics will find much to admire in this groundbreaking, Oscar-winning documentary about religious hucksterism. Marjoe Gortner emerged from the womb on January 14, 1944, with his umbilical cord wrapped around his neck. He nearly died at birth, and the attending doctor called his survival a miracle. His parents, both professional evangelists, responded by naming the boy after Mary and Joseph and training him to preach the word of the Lord. At the age of nine months, little Marjoe had learned how to shout "Glory" into a microphone. Coached by his mother, he studied everything from saxophone to baton twirling, all in the name of becoming a better proselytizer. At age t...