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Why did this video (on youtube) suddenly disappear? Where did it go? I can't find it on the internet anymore.

Asked by Blackberry (31006points) July 7th, 2010

It was only on youtube for a week. The video was genius and hilarious. It was a cartoon skit with stick figures titled ‘The Christian Debate’.

I wanted to watch it again and show it to some people, but the video has been removed and I can’t find it anywhere else. Has anyone seen it? Do I have to wait for it to be posted again?

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Dr_Lawrence's avatar

What group do you suppose demanded it be removed?

PandoraBoxx's avatar

Do you have it bookmarked? Can you see who posted it?

Blackberry's avatar

@Dr_Lawrence It was a video that essentially showed christians that all of their argument points are old and worn out. But would it really be removed because of that?

Blackberry's avatar

@PandoraBoxx Unfortunately I can’t even remember the guys screen name. I didn’t bookmark it either. It was in the ‘most popular’ section but it isn’t there anymore either.

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

In these times of militant Christian extremism, why not?

Blackberry's avatar

@Keysha Niiiiice! Thank you very much, how did you find it?

Dr_Lawrence's avatar

Is this a born again video or has it just been resurrected?

Blackberry's avatar

@Dr_Lawrence I’m not sure to be honest.

Keysha's avatar

@Blackberry searched youtube for christian debate, and found it.

Blackberry's avatar

@Keysha Lol! Damn, maybe it was because I put ‘The’ in the search…...

plethora's avatar

@Dr_Lawrence “Militant christian extremism”? ummm….how would that be defined or what/who is an example? I’m genuinely curious. Thanks

Blackberry's avatar

@plethora There are myriad examples: The couple that went to jail for their daughters death because they did not take her to the hospital for an ailment she had, but instead prayed for her, I would call the blatant discrimination against gays and their rights pretty extreme as well, just last year the pope went to freaking africa of all places, telling people not to use any type of birth control….These are not militant examples but they are definitely extreme.

Keysha's avatar

@plethora I’d say the Crusades were pretty extreme. “These times” can be as fluid as Christian time is. After all, for the last 2000 years the end of the world is near.

plethora's avatar

@Blackberry Lest I appear to be condoning a couple of items you mentioned, the couple who would not take their child to a hospital are cult members. The behavior is not condoned by any Christian group of which I am aware.

As for the Pope’s actions on birth control, the Roman Catholic church has been promoting that for eons and I and virtually all protestant Christians and a lot of Catholics would strongly disagree with the Catholic position.

breathe's avatar

@Blackberry The Pope telling people not to use birth control was what was thought to be the right and important thing to do many years ago. However, I am Catholic and I know many other Catholics that do not follow that particular belief. That is one of several issues I have with the Catholic organization. A good many of my friend of other faiths, also have issues of some sort with their religious organization. Quite frankly, I don’t think there is any religion that is 100% agreeable to all of their congregation.

Blackberry's avatar

Good to hear :)

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