If you have time for 7 episodes of a weird look at religion, through story, you might like this one. The length allows for a full treatment of the backstories and setup for the end, more like a book, not some 90 minute movie that scratches the surface. It starts right out with a drunk who kills a young woman in a car accident and the paramedic makes a comment about God taking the young one, not the drunk.
It follows that guy, into AA, dealing with his religious parents, an ex-girlfriend, and other interesting characters, like the Muslim sheriff on the island of Christians. Sometimes a little slow, but playing full songs, instead of snippets in the background, is a nice change. Sometimes those are hymns, but the words are always advancing the story. The movie examines how people use scripture to make sense of the world. They are challenged on that, also refreshing, and not by simple flat anti-church characters, but well thought out counter-narratives.