Beyond Belief With Sean Hannity: 23 Minutes In Hell genre: Hip-Gnosis & Tongue-In-Cheek & Video-Philes

This video is an amazing demonstration of how far people of faith will go in their efforts to substantiate their beliefs. The fact that Sean Hannity narrates the piece is just icing on the cake.

In this video, a man recounts falling asleep and finding himself in hell for 23 minutes. Never mind that he is simply describing his dream. Apparently we are supposed to believe that the images in this man's dreams are a real representation of hell and proof that there is a God and a heaven and hell. Yea...I know I'm convinced.

I guess this is a good example of Fox's "we report, you decide" mantra. Suffice it to say that I've made my decision...these people are loons.

By the way, I had a dream last night that I went to hell and Fox News was the only available television station...and the programs of Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly were played on a continuous loop 24/7. Now that's one hellacious nightmare I wouldn't want to live.

Tagged as: Bill O'Reilly, Faith, Fanaticism, Fox News, Heaven, Hell, Humor, Religion, Sean Hannity

Daniel DiRito | February 18, 2008 | 1:58 PM
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1 On February 20, 2008 at 10:42 AM, Ben in Oakland wrote —

Funny-- this guys a church-goer, and he's had a terrifying vision of hell. I'm an atheist, and have not.

This "report" was so uncritical as to be-- well, words fail me, which is not usually the case. most religions disagree on any number of things, but since some of them manage to agree on hell and gay people, well they must be right here.

Missing of course: 1/6 of the worlds people don't buy any of it, becuase they are atheists. Another 1/6 are hindus or related, who do not have the concept. Another 1/6 are Buddhists, who may or may not believe in hell, god, or anything else.

sily, silly silly, especially coming from fox, the network that gives you the simpsons, familyguy, and american dad, and has proved beyond a doubt that news and entertainment are interchangeable.

Or, as john Garnder put it so eloquently in "The Wreckage of Agathon"...

"What matters is not so much that which is true, but that which is entertaining"... a suitable epitath for the US

2 On February 20, 2008 at 4:05 PM, steve wrote —

Get ready selfish astheists, especially you Ben.
Enjoy life on earth while you can. Your home down under is waiting for your soul.

3 On February 20, 2008 at 6:13 PM, Ben in Oakland wrote —

Steve, honey--

Especially me? How do you know? Did g tell you this, or did you make it up all by yourself?

You have a severe problem with spiritual arrogance (see what J had to say about that!!!) and probably a rabid inflammation of your self-importance gland.

Personally, I think one goes to heaven for climate, but hell for society. If i am going, i look forward to meeting a great many of the hypocritical, self-righteous religious there, who can spend eternity telling why G must have made a mistake-- in their case.

And honey, if that's not hell, I don't know what is.

4 On February 21, 2008 at 4:00 PM, Daniel wrote —

Steve,

Selfish atheists? Please!

Your comment reflects the argument made by so many "believers"...that atheists are nothing more than hedonists. Tell you what, I'll put my ethics up against yours anytime you choose.

Before you assail atheists, you ought to know something about them. As a matter of fact, I suspect your God objects to your generalized accusation. Seems I recall something about Him being the only one who can judge what's in a man's heart.

Try this label on for size..."self-righteous Christian". Let me know how well it fits.

Regards,

Daniel

5 On February 21, 2008 at 8:15 PM, Ben in Oakland wrote —

Daniel-- you were much nicer to him than I was, tho' I fear sarcasm might be a lost art for someone who can't understand his own bible-- not that any can understand it. Still, I find his certainty amusing in priggish, finger-wagging iggerunt sort of a way.

I'm wondering why we haven't heard back from him...and what he was doing here in the first place. do you sometimes suspect that the christo-wingnuts have these schools of little trolls whose job it is to monitor any website that disagrees with their world view?

6 On March 24, 2008 at 9:53 AM, Tariq Shah wrote —

Funny to see so many athiests and non religious folks so uppity about this segement. I dont believe in the tooth fairy and would never react to any story about it...lol just shows there is fear and certain amount of self doubt in these athiests as they dont miss a chance to attack anything religious.

I am a Muslim and believed every word this guy said, not only that but Allah has stated quite clearly in the Holy Koran, that some people that HE does not like, HE makes sure they never suffer any ill or they never see any sign and HE seals their hearts and minds for they are the rebels and for them is a great punishment (in hell), so laugh all you want at the religious believers, it makes no difference to me, but i pray no one ever gets to see hell. Not even you athiests.

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