I'm not posting this as an intended catalyst for argument or anything like that, I'm actually in the middle of watching it and just found it interesting and thought I'd post the videos here for those interested to watch. I've always found that Dave Rubin does a good and fair job of interviewing people in a non-biased and open way.
I guess part of what struck me so far in this video is the way these fellas identify atheists. By their definition I'm an atheist, and while I tend to say I'm not because I do possess some belief in a higher power, I suppose they are right in that I don't think of "God" as a sentient being necessarily as most religions do.
Anyway, I might add more once I finish watching both videos, but feel free to discuss the ideas put forward here or completely ignore this topic, whichever you prefer. I've been taking time away from the boards for the most part and don't particularly miss the time suck, but will try to participate in any conversation this thread generates if it's intelligent.
Also, there may be more parts coming out later and I will add them as I see them.
“Life is neither good or evil, but only a place for good and evil.”
― Marcus Aurelius
"In my opinion, there is a more scientific approach we can take to all hot-button issues. We do this when we stop demonizing the opposing viewpoints or victimizing ourselves, and we acknowledge and account for our own biases and emotions to the best of our ability."
--- Elliott C. Morgan