Monday, October 06, 2008

Bill Maher and Religulous

Salon.com has an article and interview of Bill Maher for his just-released film, Religious.

Religulous is a documentary similar to one of those Michael Moore films, but instead it's making fun of faith. I plan to see it later this week, and I encourage atheist and theists alike to see it too.

6 comments:

breakerslion said...

And here's where my brain goes with this....

I can just picture Bill and his writing staff, sitting around working on the name for this movie:

"Religitards? .... nah.... Faithurdity? .... nah.... Prefrontal Godotomy? .... nah.... Religulous!

Anonymous said...

I saw the movie last week in NYC. The theater was PACKED. I loved it! His interviews with the Rev. who used to be gay .... and the rev who used to sing with Harold Melvin and the Bluenotes are priceless! It was well worth the money spent, and I plan to see it again!

Anonymous said...

Im not seeing this shit. Going to see an American Carol instead. Bill Maher is an anti-American asshole.

Anonymous said...

What sort of dumbass believes nothing happens to us after we die? It is illogical and nothing short of insanity. Yet I suppose atheism is insanity. Insanity, hypocrisy, and bigotry formed into one.

A believe in an afterlife is common sense. The believe in no afterlife is what is inhumane and immoral here.

Aaron Kinney said...

Re: Anonymous @ 10/13/08, 11:54pm,

What sort of dumbass believes nothing happens to us after we die? It is illogical and nothing short of insanity. Yet I suppose atheism is insanity. Insanity, hypocrisy, and bigotry formed into one.

A believe in an afterlife is common sense. The believe in no afterlife is what is inhumane and immoral here.


Wow! You sure said alot without actually saying anything. No support for any of your assertions. Should I just take you word for it? No, my word is as good as yours. Let me see if I can argue using your standards:

"What sort of dumbass believes something happens to us after we die? It is illogical and nothing short of insanity. Yet I suppose theism is insanity. Insanity, hypocrisy, and bigotry formed into one.

A believe in no afterlife is common sense. The believe in an afterlife is what is inhumane and immoral here."


Wow, that was easy!

Anonymous said...

Actually, Christians are anti-American, since by believing in God they refuse to give their full allegiance to America. That means that Christians cannot be trusted, for if they had to choose between disobeying their God and disobeying their country, they'd choose the latter - as disobeying God comes with greater consequences, namely an eternity in hell.

You just can't serve to masters. And that's why I don't trust Christians.