A master at using crude humor as a substitute for wit, Bill Maher, is apparently fine with being a jerk 24/7.

February 9, 2021 By The Crusader

In an article written by Brad Schaeffer at Newsbusters, he concludes, “I don’t know what happened to Maher during his life to turn him so caustic on religion — a subject about which he demonstrates week after week he has only a child-like understanding. But I would recommend that if he is going to speak with such conviction about the causal relationship between belief in a higher power and the world at war, he should at least crack open a history book first before opening his mouth.”

I realize that picking apart Maher isn’t even sporting. After all, making up his own historical narrative on the fly to support his far-left delusions is fast becoming his hallmark. ~ Brad Schaeffer.

One of the best summaries of the life of atheist Bill Maher is found here…

Bill Maher makes no secret of his contempt for religion. Via his comedy routines, his political commentary, his film Religulous, and his duties as host of Politically Incorrect and now HBO’s Real Time, Maher has long warned of the dangers and exploitation of organized religion and how incompatible dogma and doctrine are with the scientific enlightenment of modern society.

Inadvertently and less eloquently paraphrasing Voltaire, who once wrote that “Those who can make you believe absurdities, can make you commit atrocities” and that religious fanatics “are sick men in delirium who want to chastise their doctors,” Maher has said that the belief in religion, which he calls “a neurological disorder,” in our society “stops people from thinking” and “justifies crazies.” In a 2008 interview with Larry King, Maher stated that religion is “the ultimate hustle.”

Maher is probably the most anti-religion personality in modern history. He makes no apologies for his disregard for every religion – particularly Christianity and Islam, for which he has a particularly deranged obsession for criticizing both.

The subject of religion is a constant source of pointed criticism on his show “Real Time With Bill Maher.” Not missing an opportunity for renewed derision, Maher has found yet another way to bash and belittle people of faith, most recently blaming Christianity for the Capitol riots last month.

Maher claimed that a belief in Christianity is comparable to a belief in conspiracies like QAnon, and he said this led in part to supporters of former President Donald Trump storming the Capitol last month.

“As long as we’re going to go to the trouble of another impeachment trial, we might as well be honest about what it’s really about: The events of Jan. 6 were a faith-based initiative,” he said.

Perhaps he thinks his atheist rants can be given the cover of comedy but down deep it’s just a hatred of anything related to a Supreme being – and he doesn’t care.

It’s a sad commentary that he has such a large fan base. The anger of an almighty God will one day be a moment of reckoning he will long remember – the comedy will be over.

“‘As surely as I live,’ says the Lord, ‘Everyone will bow before me; everyone will say that I am God.’” So each of us will have to answer to God.
Romans 14:11-12.