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The Simpsons

"I remember another gentle visitor from the heavens, he came in peace and then died, only to come back to life, and his name was E.T., the extra terestrial. I loved that little guy."
- Reverend Lovejoy

Lovejoy: "Get a divorce."
Marge: "But isn't that a sin?"
Lovejoy: "Marge, just about everything is a sin. Y'ever sat down and read this thing? Technically, we're not allowed to go to the bathroom."

"Science is like a blabbermouth who ruins a movie by telling you how it ends! Well I say there are some things we don't want to know! Important things!"
- Ned Flanders

"Prayer has no place in the public schools, just like facts have no place in organized religion."
- School Superintendent

More Simpsons Quotes

Clips: Homer Proves there is no God


Episodes: The Spirit of Christmas (Jesus vs. Santa),
Are You There God, It's Me Jesus,
All about Mormons,
Trapped in the Closet,
The Return of Chef 
Southpark Episode Guide

Saturday Night Live (SNL)

Clips: SNL Church Lady interviews Pat Robertson The Church Lady played by Dayna Carvey interviews presidential candidate Rev. Pat Robertson played by Al Frankin

Mad TV

Skits: Atheist Church, Touched by an Atheist w/ George Carlin

Penn and Teller's: Bullshit

Episodes: The Bible

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Frontline: From Jesus to Christ- the first Christians

14.6 127 votes

[website] The epic story of the rise of Christianity. The four hours explore the life and death of Jesus, and the men and women whose belief, conviction, and martyrdom created the religion we now know as Christianity.

Drawing upon historical evidence, the series challenges familiar assumptions and conventional notions about Christian origins. Archaeological finds have yielded new understandings of Jesus' class and social status; fresh interpretations have transformed earlier ideas about the identity of the early Christians and their communities.

Through engaging on-camera interviews with twelve scholars--New Testament theologians, archaeologists, and historians--the series presents their contributions to this intellectual revolution. For example they talk about the quest for the historical Jesus - what can we really know? And how do we know it?

The scholars together represent a range of viewpoints and diversity of faiths and a shared commitment to bring new ways of thinking about Christianity to a public audience. They discuss the value in a historical approach to Jesus and the Bible and whether Christian faith can be reconciled with such an approach.


The Question of God: 'Sigmund Freud & C.S. Lewis'

16.4 127 votes

The Question of God, a four-hour series on PBS, explores in accessible and dramatic style issues that preoccupy all thinking people today: What is happiness? How do we find meaning and purpose in our lives? How do we reconcile conflicting claims of love and sexuality? How do we cope with the problem of suffering and the inevitability of death? Based on a popular Harvard course taught by Dr. Armand Nicholi, author of The Question of God, the series illustrates the lives and insights of Sigmund Freud, a life-long critic of religious belief, and C.S. Lewis, a celebrated Oxford don, literary critic, and perhaps this century's most influential and popular proponent of faith based on reason.


American Experience: The Monkey Trial

14.6 127 votes

In 1925, a Tennessee, biology teacher named John Scopes was arrested for teaching evolution in defiance of state law. His trial became an epic event of the 20th century, a debate over free speech that spiraled into an all-out duel between science and religion.