Please watch the following video clip before reading my post:
Imagine for a moment that you were to introduced to Monty Python's comedy through the video clip above.
Ah yes, this is why we love Monty Python. It's not because a bunch of guys like Trey Parker and Jamie Fallon tell us that they are great and meaningful, but rather, it's because they are indeed a very funny bunch who are able to see the lighter side of the darkest moments. Nothing is sacred. Everything and everyone contains a laughable moment that's just waiting to catch us unawares.
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So, this morning when I watched the video, it immediately made me consider whether or not we do this with religion, too.
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Questions for Consideration:
Nathan Key likes to think about faith and philosophy and talk about it with others. He lives with his family in New Hampshire. He doesn't always refer to himself in the third person.