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- Who is to blame?
- Jack T. Chick tracts on YouTube
- Right back at ya!
- A Sunday chuckle
- Interview with a Christian school superintendent
- Evolution for ID-iots
- High school or mega-church?
- The tragedy and a question
- BELIEF VS. DISBELIEF DEBATE BROADENS WITH TV DOCUM...
- The ethics of hell
- I DON'T CARE WHAT YOU BELIEVE!
- Dawkins -- O'Reilly interview
- I LIKE BEING A MONKEY'S UNCLE!
- A problem statement and then a question:
- Former child evangelist tells all
- A 'Bless You' and a Curse
- Dinesh D'Souza, Atheism, Virginia Tech
- Vaginal fluids are sacred too
- What caused the shooting?
- I sold my soul on eBay
- Dr. Winell answers the Battle Cry
- The atheist's wager
- Craig Christ....OMG...LMAO!!!!
- Prove It!
- Garabandal: Occult, Christian, or What?
- Rivals of Jesus
- Tenets of your unbelief
- Evolution vs. Creationism - Listen to the Scientis...
- Evolution is full of holes
- Spirituality and Mind Science
- Tabash-Friel Debate on God's Existence, 3-26-07
- Letter XI
- It is NOT OK!
- The Bible is Bullshit
- Eve Harmony Dot Com
- The JC Sign Generator
- Atheists should just shut up
- Mr Deity
- Atheist Eve
- Christian Bigotry
- I sorta Liked the fellow, actually
- The Jews are God's chosen people
- Refections on the "New Atheism"
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4/07/2007 View Comments
The number of episodes in the Mr. Deity series is now up to ten. The short films are produced, written, and star Brian Dalton, who uses them to explore the lighter side of religion. The first episodes were launched on January 17, 2007, and within a few days there had been over 200,000 downloads from YouTube, iTunes, and at his own webpage, mrdeity.com.
Dalton is an ex-Mormon who came to skepticism in the late 1990s through the Skeptics Society. In time he gave up his religion, but remains utterly fascinated by religion in general, and he has written a pilot for a television series based on his character, Mr. Deity.