Introduction To Christianity – Comedian Dave Allen On Religion

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25 Responses to “Introduction To Christianity – Comedian Dave Allen On Religion”

  1. By kickingtheutubehabit on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    am I delusional?
    am I delusional?

  2. By stojadinovicp on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    yup, stay …
    yup, stay delusional…

  3. By peebzzz on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Amazing.
    Amazing.

  4. By kickingtheutubehabit on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    I’m a Christian and …
    I’m a Christian and I like this routine. The comic seems like a really nice guy. But it’s hard for him to consider Christianity as a real possibility because he doesn’t believe that the supernatural can exist. It’s alright… it’s what he believes.

  5. By PAVANZYL on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    This was one of the …
    This was one of the best EVER!

  6. By statickk14 on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    LOL, awesome!!
    LOL, awesome!!

  7. By Ruby4cat on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Pure genius,really …
    Pure genius,really funny.

  8. By artisticlatino07 on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    This is funny as …
    This is funny as hell. Anyone whos offended needs to get a life.

  9. By daexion on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    I was using the …
    I was using the word truth in the context of the person I was replying to.

    2b. a judgment, proposition, or idea that is true or accepted as true

    If an entire group of people accepts something as true, it becomes the truth for them even if someone from a different place or time does not accept it as truth. Personal beliefs can and do determine what is considered truth and what is not from time to time.

  10. By SeedOfApostasy on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Right. He was an …
    Right. He was an agnostic. My bad.

  11. By DinkyDoeDoe on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Albert Einstein was …
    Albert Einstein was not even a deist. He used God only metaphorically for all the mystery in universe, and the unexplained.

  12. By Altinget on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    A common …
    A common misunderstanding of what truth is.People confuse the truth with their personal beliefs, opinions and choices.

    Truth is a matter of fact. not a matter of perspective, perception or bias. Although the description of the truth can vary on those reasons. Like looking at a situation happening, from two different places. It gives two different descriptions, but the truth remains the same.

  13. By SeedOfApostasy on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    @conceil8:

    “Avoid …
    @conceil8:

    “Avoid…fornication…”
    If you saw one of my previous posts, you would understand that God was a fornicator himself. What if we also want to follow in his “cloud-steps”.

    “Do not turn to church for salvation, turn to Christ.”
    Uh…
    You pray to Christ at church don’t you? But it won’t work, so either way you are wasting your time.

    “There were 2 volcanoes that would erupt in the US…”
    Now I don’t understand. You use past and future tense at the same time. You must be God… -_-

  14. By conceil8 on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

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    Remember people, …
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    Remember people, on the coming months of September to December, there were 2 volcanoes that would erupt in the US, the name of these volcanoes have something to do with faith. This eruption is a trumpet blast from God. Repent now people! Avoid pornography, smoking, cursing, fornication, adultery, immorality, occultism etc. Be holy; do not turn to church for salvation, turn to Christ

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  15. By SeedOfApostasy on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    @jaqzzzz: Quoting …
    @jaqzzzz: Quoting Albert Einstein for Christian purposes will get you nowhere. He was a Deist, meaning that he believes that there is a Creator, but does not interfere with our living. There is a reason that the God he mentions does not play dice with the world.

    Your God (Yahweh) loves to see his “creations” suffer. He always plays around to see how much he could us up.

  16. By mestrini on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    simply awesome. …
    simply awesome. drove me to tears (of laughter)
    (rated accordingly)

  17. By jursamaj on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    LordOberoth: ” …
    LordOberoth: “easily manipulated children shouldn’t be subjucated to their parents eronious, irrational superstitions”

    You’re right. Unfortunately, such a position is unenforceable.

  18. By MJPKENT on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    loved it. allen is …
    loved it. allen is timeless.

  19. By KeithIsPissedOffabiX on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Irish legend.
    Irish legend.

  20. By paroniniropa on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    I have never seen …
    I have never seen the proof for the existence of a god, so why should i believe in one? Not your god nor any other.

    Why should i then believe in one? I have never seen any evidence for faeries either, should i believe they exist?

  21. By C0ldking on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    He is three in one! …
    He is three in one!

    Its just like Kinder Egg
    Milk, Chocolate and Toys! YAY!

  22. By fathernicolow on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    The same reason I …
    The same reason I don’t think fairies are frolicking in my garden.

  23. By fonna on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Wow, this takes me …
    Wow, this takes me back 42 years ago. Oh, I laughed like at this!!
    So true!

  24. By LordOberoth on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    easily manipulated …
    easily manipulated children shouldn’t be subjucated to their parents eronious, irrational superstitions

  25. By Biarry on Aug 16, 2009 | Reply

    Very well: do you …
    Very well: do you think Allah is real, and if not – why?

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