i have always believed what i believe and that is...anything man made is not to be believed. there are shades of truths and degrees of truth contained in conspiracy. believe in something or nothing that is your belief. no one that's died has come back so, the stories of the afterlife and what they've seen is wishful thinking. i like that bill m. begs the difficult questions. i cringed at those moments when religious barkers failed to provide unrefuted proof of their rhetoric. it s obvious they regurgitate what they themselves were doctrine into as youths. blind faith is just an excuse to excuse the discrepancies. to let down your guard what intuition says is balderdash. religion makes it possible to fleece the disenfranchised with promise of a promised land. if the religious institutions want to help the lambs of God and provide relief. then, let that relief be in the way of them paying for universal healthcare. otherwise, a tax must be paid for all the bloody wars that are waged in the name of...i have been to religious sites over the world and as i stood at each one, i did not feel a special reverence in the physical place. the entire universe is connected. perhaps because just being alive makes that so or, there is something more ethereal to consider. for anyone that's ever been put under general anesthesia, you wake and you wonder 'is it over already?' you didn't dream, you were unaware. in other words, once the brain is put to sleep in such a way as to be near death as the word and practice of anesthesia implies, you understand, death is a nothingness. a total loss of being and all the sense that embody the meaning of being alive. fear death less and fear being alive and living as though you're dead. work less, love more. appreciate the meaning of being alive and with those you share your journey with, without constantly questioning the things that man cannot explain or comprehend. i cannot subscribe to a jealous God. and for that, i appreciate bill m. for his efforts to snuff out the religious. thank you! as for the viewers of this film. take offense, skimp over it or turn it off completely. but, if you do, ask yourself, if you're a true believer then you have to believe that we are all one and the creator would not like that you put one religion over another and then puff up with indignation of the differences. for if you are broad minded enough, you will take the time to read all you can on all religions before picking one of your own accord or not and then, you'll realize that all manmade religions carry a very close and common belief system with just a smidge of differences then ask yourself, why has bloody religious wars been waged over a matter of opinion that's only slightly different. i think you should give this film at least one view then decide. at best, lets all agree to disagree but be adult and mature about it.