The guy may have some good points but he's sooooooo obnoxious I couldn't listen to more than a few minutes of it before I wanted to strangle the guy. It's people like him that give atheists a bad name.
Minutes? That long.... Don't see how he gives also gives Atheist's a bad name?
I made it through 6 minutes before I couldn't take his annoying rant any longer. However, I just went back and finished watching it, but it wasn't easy. I really wanted to reach through my screen and slap the guy. Even though I agree with most of what he said, it's his tone that I have a problem with. Instead of pointing out the flaws in that guys video in a calm and reasonable manner, he acts like a 2 year old throwing a tantrum, yells fuck this and fuck that, and constantly berates the guy. If I can't stand him even though I agree with a lot of what he says, I can't imagine how offensive he would be to a Christian. It's fine to disagree with someone and point out the flaws in their logic but at least try to use a little tact while doing it. You'll never win someone over with insults and aggression. You'll just make them think you're an ass.
This is actually one of his better videos. Although he's ranting about somebody on youtube as per usual, at least there's some substance here. I find in a lot of his videos, he's just going off about this or that person and how many views they have, which just bores the fuck out of me...much like the deluge of "debates" on this site about who is or isn't a troll, a puppet account or a point whore.
Sigh...I almost stopped watching when he skipped parts of the video. He was careful to skip the part where the original guy shows that "religious people" are called whores. The message of the original video was that Christians should practice what they preach, to actually love people and stop leaving Christianity at the door of the church. This guy missed it completely. Ironically this guy did exactly what he claimed the original to be doing, missing the point.
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