Trey Smith is the founder of the God in a Nutshell project.
Trey Smith has also produced some of the most controversial documentaries on the internet, and/or (likely) also on the globe. Many of Trey Smith’s documentaries on subjects ranging from the debunking of evolution, to the evidence of Noah and the flood, to the secrets of the book of Enoch, to the Nephilim, to exposing the occult, etc, etc, etc…. have touched the hearts and minds of millions around the globe — from the US to the deepest parts of many oppressive third world nations.
Not only has Trey Smith made many controversial documentary films, driving also criticism from opposition; but has done many secular, religious and Christian talk shows on these same subjects.
Trey Smith first became publicly known after publishing a book in 2011 titled, Thieves: One Dirty TV Pastor and the man who robbed him wherein he confessed to the 1999 mansion safe robbery of prominent “prosperity gospel” TV pastor, Mike Murdock. The book Thieves: One Dirty TV Pastor and the man who robbed him by Trey Smith , grew a larger and larger following; doing very well on sites such as Amazon, later receiving significant movie interests. However, Trey Smith states that he felt “the Lord told him to remove the book”. So, in September of 2015, the book was taken off the market by Trey Smith himself.
Today, many of Trey Smith’s documentaries are available freely on the God in a Nutshell project website, Trey Smith / God in a Nutshell Youtube Channel ….. while some are exclusively available on either DVD -or- as streaming online documentary films. Trey Smith’s full length documentary films have been watched in the millions and millions and millions.
Trey Smith’s current full length documentaries are: Enoch (original from 2011), Theory of Everything (Trey Smith 2012), Nephilim (Trey Smith 2013), Noah (Trey Smith 2014), Jurassic (Trey Smith / Bob Enyart 2015), Enoch: 364 Days— also called “Enoch: Book of Enoch by Trey Smith” (2016), Entities: the Beginning (Trey Smith 2016). Entities: the Unveiling (Trey Smith 2016).
Trey Smith accredits all the documentaries — “the good parts” — to Jesus Christ.
Trey describes his faith and Christianity “in a nutshell” as merely as continual journey and discovery to be a faithful servant in this place to his King, Jesus Christ.