Bill Maher - Craig Ferguson, Religion





The interactive transcript could not be loaded.



Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on Nov 4, 2008

Interview with Bill Maher where he says he's not an atheist.

  • Category

  • License

    • Standard YouTube License

Comments • 1,265

Maggie Connor
"You don't have to pass an IQ test to be in the Senate." - Mr. Senator
lukus black
'You don't have to pass an IQ test to be in the Senate though...'  ;v)  .... ;v| ......   ;v(
View all 4 replies
Hide replies
Maggie Connor
"mormontology!" HA HA!
miguel fernandez
no iq requirements for the senate... this is very disturbing
View all 5 replies
Hide replies
Matlock Wallace
Gotta love Craig Ferguson.
View all 2 replies
Hide replies
"Why is saying you're going to suspend critical thinking a good thing?" Says the anti-vaxer.
View reply
Hide replies
john phelan
Mencken once described Church as a place where people who have never been to Heaven describe it to people who will probably never get there.
Lydia Lilli
An agnostic doubts the existence of God - an atheist believes in NO god whatsoever. So there is a difference!
View all 4 replies
Hide replies
Bill is describing his attitude to the existence of gods as an Agnostic while simultaneously forgetting that Agnostics are also Atheists.
View all 8 replies
Hide replies
Teroine Foma
I've watched religilous, and have read much of the atheist movements literature, and one of the things that really annoys me is the way in which they umbrella all religions. The monotheistic religions account for about 90% of the criticisms. That's one of the reasons why Craig probably brought it up, the first religions that come to mind in Bills head, are scientology, mormonism etc. is this a fair assessment? people will always point the finger at the "crazies" and use that as evidence for their argument instead of looking at spirituality in a more scientific way. Almost all of these religions are modern western religions, i.e. they're the most familiar, are institutionalized. There's very little mention of Eastern religions, Lost ancient religions, South America or Africa systems of belief. We can find the truth, but in order to do it we have to approach things in a scientific way, deliberately picking things is bias.
View all 3 replies
Hide replies

to add this to Watch Later

Add to

Loading playlists...