Taking on annoying arguments
Thanks for encouraging me to follow through with that script I posted. The new video saw over a quarter of a million views in less than a week, and brought in over 6,000 new subscribers so far. I wrote a rough first draft for that video all the way back when I made that Star Trek cartoon. I was just unsure about it, though it ended up outperforming the Star Trek one.

I've been working on a script that tackles that annoying argument every non-believer is eventually hit with: "Why is murder wrong? Without God, we're just biological organisms, pieces of meat, so why should it matter?" This usually leads to tripe about Stalin, Mao, and Pol Pot, but I think those assholes will be beyond the scope of this video (but may still find themselves in future videos). This video will remain rooted in a philosophical discussion between God and Jeffery, which will channel some choice Euthyphro.


I'm also working on a few other ideas that aren't fully formed. One points out the distinction between actually having witnesses, and claiming that you have witnesses (nameless ones too). Another is about prayer, despite God's plan. Also, I'm toiling over a script about how God chose to do all his important work on a relatively small chunk of land amid an entire planet amid an entire solar system amid and entire galaxy amid an entire universe (hint: there's a lot of dart throwing).


I've also been thinking that Islam deserves more attention from me. That's a whole different animal as far as people are concerned, however, because a great deal of the people who watch my channel are in North America and Great Britain. Islam affects those two regions in very different ways, and my experience online has shown me that large audiences generally tend to be myopic about these things, so that leaves me in a bit of a conundrum regarding how to effectively address Islam.


As always, your input is more than welcome.