Best Church of God Vs. An Atheist

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A silly video about a bunch of wackaloon religious wingnuts and an atheist humanist discussing religion and how god forces people to live moral and decent lives. (The video is silly, but the protest signs are rather amusing).

The Best Church of God takes on heretical "humanist" Greg Epstein, famed author of the controversial book, "Good Without God."-- edited by Aemilia Scott

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You all realize this is satire, right? These "wackaloon religious wingnuts" are actually an award-winning comedy troupe from Chicago. Check out their site--www.BestChurchofGod.org for a mountain of funny anti-religious satire.