Mr. Deity

If you haven’t already checked out the first five episodes of Mr. Deity, check them out. They’re very witty and intelligent! Did you know that Mr. Deity is an ex-Mormon (read below)?

From eSkeptic:

Introducing…

We have a special treat in the form of four short films produced, written, and starring Brian Dalton, a long-time friend of the Skeptics Society and Skeptic magazine who, in fact, redesigned Skeptic magazine for us a few years ago. Brian is a creative genius who has many talents and interests, and in his latest project he explores the lighter side of religion through these humorous short films. Launched only last Monday, January 17, within a few days there were over 200,000 downloads of them from YouTube, iTunes, and at his own webpage, mrdeity.com. Everyone who watches them — whether religious, nonreligious, or antireligious — enjoys the wit and humor.

Brian is an ex-Mormon who came to skepticism in the late 1990s through the Skeptics Society, because he liked our nonconfrontational approach that allowed him to explore the many options available to believers who harbor doubts. 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. Enjoy!

Brian Dalton (as Mr. Deity) reading Why Darwin Matters

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direct download links

    DOWNLOAD Episode #1 (17.5MB Quicktime) or watch on YouTube

      DOWNLOAD Episode #2 (19MB Quicktime) or watch on YouTube

        DOWNLOAD Episode #3 (8.8MB Quicktime) or watch on YouTube

          DOWNLOAD Episode #4 (18.4MB Quicktime) or watch on YouTube

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            ~ by bonoboi on February 13, 2007.

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