What Has Religion Done for Us This Month? Episode 10

***Update***: My apologies. This is a re-uploaded version of last month’s video. (It was hard to tell the difference.) I’ll post Episode 11 as soon as it becomes available!

Daniel is back with another montage of some of the awful things done in the name of God over the past month:

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  • Alfredo Gonzalez

    Half of you guys here don’t know how to think correctly. Maybe you should read Aristotle’s book of logic before you try to make an argument. I can care less about the most of comments made here as most of them are irrational and inconclusive and follow no form of logic. But I will take offense to the person who said their are a lot of scientist that are religious… You’re wrong. First not everyone with a PhD is a scientist, no reasoning skills + no math = not doctor = not science, simple. And absolutely not one of these scientist are religious though they are indeed spiritual (especially physicist) . God and religion are two totally different things and by no means are one in the same.

  • http://gamesgirlsgods.blogspot.com/ Feminerd

    Which doesn’t change the fact that believing in something with absolutely no evidence behind it that flies in the face of all the evidence we do have about how the world works is a fairly idiotic thing to do.

    I mean, the base story of Christianity is that an invisible, intangible, all-powerful, all-knowing, all-good deity knocked up a teenage girl (how?) with himself (what?) in order to have himself tortured to death (temporarily) to force his all-powerful self to forgive humanity for their great-great-many-greats-grandcestress eating a magic apple because a talking snake told her to. Also, this all-good deity decided that the perfect way to punish people for their great-great-many-greats-grandcestress eating that magic fruit was to torture them forever and ever and ever unless we believed this nonsensical story, but he loves us all and really is a good deity. How is thinking that this bears any relationship to reality not a form of idiocy?

    And yes, other religions aren’t quite that ridiculous, but they’re still observably wrong.

  • SJH

    It is obvious that you do not understand Christianity. Please educate yourself before you speak so harshly about certain beliefs. You are not helping you argument.
    Also, you need to look into the evidence that does exist for the existence of God. You might be impressed. Plus, the existence of God does not fly in the face of anything we know today. It contradicts nothing we know. To say that it does is just silly. Again, you should educate yourself better before making such flawed statements.