I Loved Religulous

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    My Experience With Religious Recruiters

    When my family had a horse farm in Kentucky, we had Mormons living on one side of us and Bible-thumping Baptists on the other, both of whom were trying to drag us to their churches. They didn’t talk to each other because the Mormons had formerly been Baptists, but we were fair...
    fishsweeper fishsweeper
    56-60, F
    3 Responses Aug 20, 2012

    It Played At My Theater

    It was awesome. My theater is located in the heart of the L.A. Jewish community. My boss is a redneck Christian - I'm surprised he didn't quit when we got this. The best part about having this movie was all the people who got offended by both the movie and the poster. I had one...
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    4 Responses Jun 30, 2009

    Why I Sometimes Wish That God Really Exists

    The existence is god is a concept… one based on belief. The theory of evolution is another concept, equally based on belief. When you think about it, there’s really no real proof that either concept is correct… both are just theories. Evolution has more evidence, at...
    fishsweeper fishsweeper
    56-60, F
    6 Responses Aug 15, 2012

    Evolution Of Thought

     The first time I heard about this movie, I was living as a Mormon in Utah. I was (of course) deeply offended at the idea that anyone could bring into question my beliefs. But it got me thinking- what other ideas are out there? Since then, I have taken multiple philosophy...
    pariah89 pariah89
    18-21, M
    Oct 12, 2009

    More Religiosity

    I was born at the US naval station at Quonset Point, Rhode Island shortly after my father, a maxilla-facial surgeon, joined the military at the age of 40. We moved twice, until we landed in Bethesda, Maryland, where he became the primary dentist for the President, the Vice...
    fishsweeper fishsweeper
    56-60, F
    1 Response Sep 9, 2012

    Religulous... Who's 'Right' ? (and Who Cares Anyway?)

    I was 6-years-old and in second grade when my teacher (a nun) told the class that everyone who wasn't Catholic was never going to go to heaven... The best that 'non-believers' were going to achieve was Limbo. Well my mother was Catholic and my father, who was a very good man, was...
    fishsweeper fishsweeper
    56-60, F
    4 Responses Apr 8, 2012

    Loved and Confused

    What I mean by the title for this entry, is that I loved the movie Religulous.  It is probably now one of my all-time favorite documentaries. What leaves me confused is how others just don't seem to get it.  Granted, I do live in the south (don't get me started!), I...
    Lucydes24 Lucydes24
    26-30, F
    4 Responses Aug 6, 2009
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