Religion can appear to generate a caring community environment, like an extended family. It’s impressive – as long as you tow the party line. But it can all change in a heatbeat, when you find yourself no longer in the “in group.”
This is a video response to Earl Portland’s video “Imagine a world without religion.”
The follow-up to my video “Why I am not a Christian.” It’s not an either-or dilemma, as many assume.
Inspired by Bertrand Russell’s essay of the same name, I discuss what I consider to be the strongest argument against Christianity.
How can a Christian believe that God has a special plan for his life, when we live in a world where an innocent five-year-old girl can be kidnapped, raped, and murdered?
Discussing people’s propensity to believe amazing things without sufficient evidence. Healthy skepticism is essential, but don’t let it prevent wonder.
Concluding my debate with an Evangelical Christian (YouTube user Matthew4Nineteen). Can you have meaningful morals without relying upon divine revelation to define right and wrong objectively for the human race?
Christians believe that we will all be judged by God for our actions. I believe this threat totally misses the point of why our actions matter.
Video response by Matthew4Nineteen:
Further response by Frater Oculus:
I was recently interviewed by occultist Sin Jones, who was fascinated (but healthily sceptical) of my claims about psychokinesis:
In recent years, I’ve recorded a lot of video messages in criticism of religion, but this is the first time a Christian has stepped up and responded by video. YouTube user Matthew4Nineteen recorded the following video response to an old video of mine entitled “Why you’ll never win a debate against religion“:
And here’s my rebuttal:
I’m a believer in psychic phenomena because of personal experience. What can I do to help others overcome skepticism, and to contribute to this being taken more seriously? This is a response to Sin Jones’s video:
For what it’s worth, this is a genuine attempt to show Christians where they go wrong when preaching the Gospel to atheists and other unbelievers.
Christians often accuse occultists of brainwashing, animal sacrifice, human sacrifice, sexual molestation of children, ritualistic child abuse. When you consider the facts on both sides, this becomes the ultimate boomerang.
Do Christians believe in the judgement of God, or are they kidding themselves? I put it to the test.
A suitably sinister topic for Halloween, here’s my take on demons and demonic possession.
A message to everyone who’s waiting for Armageddon.