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Religulous reviewed

by: James Campbell

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This evening I watched Bill Maher’s Religulous. I won’t give anything away anything in this article because I think everyone should watch it for themselves.

Now I’m no fan of Bill Maher’s comedy nor do I like him in any other thing I’ve seen him do, so I wasn’t expecting too much of this movie. I was pleasantly surprised.

I was unaware that Bill is an Agnostic, so it was refreshing to see him put persons of, what I like to call, the “big three” on the spot. It was amazing to see how many of the Christians got mad and stormed off like little children when Bill asked them questions that they didn’t like. The Muslims were obviously evasive and the Jewish were had their usual “don’t pick on us we went through the Holocaust” attitude.

I definitely recommend this film. I think one line at the end of the movie summed it all up, “Faith means making a virtue out of not thinking.”