Bill Maher has a new documentary coming out in October, called, ‘RELIGULOUS’

Here is the trailer:

Here is the synopsis.

The documentary RELIGULOUS follows political humorist and author Bill Maher (“Real Time With Bill Maher,” “Politically Incorrect”) as he travels around the globe interviewing people about God and religion. Known for his astute analytical skills, irreverent wit and commitment to never pulling a punch, Maher brings his characteristic honesty to an unusual spiritual journey. Directed by Larry Charles (BORAT: CULTURAL LEARNINGS OF AMERICA FOR MAKE BENEFIT GLORIOUS NATION OF KAZAKHSTAN, “Curb Your Enthusiasm”), RELIGULOUS will mark Charles’ first feature project since the critically acclaimed, wildly successful BORAT. Jonah Smith and Palmer West of Thousand Words (A SCANNER DARKLY, REQUIEM FOR A DREAM) and Bill Maher are producing.

Here is a review from a The Lang Report who saw a advanced screening.

  • Michael1

    November 2, 2008

    In the movie Religulous Bill Maher admits, “I have doubts. I could be wrong. ”
    But did he set to make a mockery of religion by catching people in moments where they couldn’t defend their faith or did he set out to get the best possible answers to his questions? Sometimes I cringed and sometimes I laughed. I’m a truck driver, so I got a kick out of the truck stop scene in Atlanta, GA. One truck driver in the chapel got so frustrated that he got up and walked out while Bill Maher was questioning him. I think he was upset with himself as much as Bill.

    1 Pet 3:15 But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you, with meekness and fear;

    I would have asked Bill, “Why are you asking these questions at a truck stop in Atlanta and not people like Andy Stanley who is right up the road in Alpharetta?”

    The chaplain and truckers laid hands on Bill and prayed over him. Bill being receptive to prayer was a step in the right direction.

    “Bill, while you were in Orlando at the Holy Land Theme Park, why didn’t you interview R.C. Sproul who is also down there?”

    The man who played Jesus at the theme park gave Bill reasonable answers. He used the water analogy (ice, water & steam) to explain the trinity, but even that doesn’t fully do it. In fact, no analogy can fully demonstrate the trinity. That fact that the trinity can’t be fully comprehended doesn’t mean that it goes against reason. If you could fully comprehend God, He would be too small. .

    “Bill, why aren’t you interviewing Hank Hanegraaff at CRI? “ The list goes on and on of people who could have been interviewed in the Christian Apologetics arena, but that would have worked against the goal of the movie; to mock Christianity.

    Bill was successful at exposing the problem of religion and the fact that many Christians don’t have reasonable answers to tough questions. Apologetics is not an option in the post-modern world we live in; it is a must. The snake comment was made more than once and no one responded to it. My 8 year old daughter could have given Bill a well-reasoned answer explaining the symbolism behind that in Genesis 3.

    Michael Hoover: Myspace Ministries

  • Jason Bayless2

    August 24, 2008

    RELIGULOUS: Bill Maher has a new documentary coming out in October, called, ‘RELIGULOUS’ Here is th..


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