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Mr. Deity

Mr. Deity is a humorous/satirical web show about God and the Universe.

Website: http://mrdeity.com
Location: The known Universe and beyond
Members: 527
Latest Activity: Sep 13

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Raising more money for Mr. Deity

Started by Peg K. Last reply by Atheist in FundyLand Jan 2, 2011. 6 Replies

How about having an auction to auction off a bit part on a Mr. Deity episode?  I for one would love to play Mary Magdalene!

If you had to pick your champion episode..

Started by Limber Lightfoot. Last reply by David Layton Jul 25, 2010. 23 Replies

So, what do we think is the best single episode to date to show to a Christian? You have a friend over and they happen to be Christian.....they are willing to watch a funny show you…Continue

I just clicked send on a donation for MrDeity - Post your thoughts when you do too!

Started by Limber Lightfoot. Last reply by Limber Lightfoot Mar 27, 2010. 8 Replies

Hi all, I've discovered MrDeity.  I've seen them all and I want more.I can't get that damn tune out of my head and I want the ringtone. I've infected several other people with the same itch that…Continue

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Comment by Razakel on April 30, 2010 at 4:57am
Mr. Deity car chases would be awesome. Imagine the action, especially if Mr. Deity has his omniscience turned on!
Comment by Limber Lightfoot on April 30, 2010 at 1:39am
I'm concerned that Brian didn't specify that there would be no car chases in the prequel. Am I the only one to be worried about that glaring omission?
Comment by Brian Dalton on April 29, 2010 at 4:42pm
Sam is right. Religion is not the cure for ails mankind and society. But I think America is a good example of a step in the right direction. When Christianity saturated Western Europe, it was Hell on Earth -- a terrorist police state in the most literal sense. As we constitutionally pushed religion out, freedom, reason, and tolerance slowly began to take over. We're not there, but we're headed in the right direction.
Comment by Sam in WV on April 29, 2010 at 12:10pm
@Phillip - Yes, but we have the advantage of being able to observe secular societies (mostly in Europe) that Nietzsche never did. If anything, the data suggests that those countries are socially more cohesive and stable than us.
Comment by Philip Tillsley on April 29, 2010 at 12:01pm
@Brian - just got to the email, awesome. Sadly: "Nietszche's concerns were understandable. He lived at a time when it was believed that people could not be good without God, and that the tenuous fabric of civilization was held together only by the fear of Almighty God." This sentence describes most of America still today.
Comment by Terry Squire Stone on April 27, 2010 at 12:44am
Buried in the sunshine of Greece, and very slow dsl. Did you know that you stutter?
Comment by Brian Dalton on April 26, 2010 at 11:31pm
Terry,
Well, I hate politics. And right now, I'm kinda liking the capitalist system. People have been really great with the donations and subscriptions -- keeping the show going. But I'm glad you like the show and I can't believe it took you so long either. Where have you been?
Comment by Terry Squire Stone on April 26, 2010 at 11:22pm
I just joined because I want to know about every breath these people take! Can't believe it took me 3 years to catch on - third season!!! I wonder what other magic they have up their sleeves. God. The Movie? Our Friends, the Corporation. Image their take on capitalism! or Sex. Or even, cheap shot, politics.
Comment by Mriana on April 19, 2010 at 7:59pm
The UU is Unitarian Univeralism and has some humanist who attend. They are some of the people who have signed all three AHA Humanist Manifesto.
Comment by Claire M Binkley on April 19, 2010 at 7:26pm
UU is Unitarian Universalism; it's a "faith".
 

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