atheist game show

Published July 4th, 2009 by Bobby Henderson

A Turkish television show is offering contestants what it claims is the “biggest prize ever” — the chance for atheists to convert to one of the world’s major religions.

The show, called “Tovbekarlar Yarisiyor,” or “Penitents Compete,” features a Muslim imam, a Catholic priest, a Jewish rabbi and a Buddhist monk attempting to persuade 10 atheists of the merits of their religion, according to CNN Turk.

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42 Responses to “atheist game show”

  1. Ragu-rock is coming says:

    Wow… just wow.

    It goes to show at what desperation it takes for people to remain faithful. If you need reaffirming of this nature to keep your faith, then GIVE IT UP. I’m godless and completely content and happy. The average man’s need for constant gradification is like hooking up with the most annoying, ugly, desease ridden girl on the planet, and then convincing yourself over and over again that she was the right choice, and that it beats being single.

    Seriously though, could someone seed this with subtitles? I really want to see it.

  2. Jeremykeys says:

    I just wonder how long you have to stay converted for. I’m a Pastafarian but that’s mainly because it’s fun.

  3. LordShplane says:

    Needs a Pirate for balancing IMO

  4. Carl says:

    Now why can’t we have game shows like this in the USA? I guess mainstream TV in the YooEssAye is hopeless and forever bound to be aiming at the intellectual level of an 8 year old. Sort of like those programs they already have on Univision and Telemundo.

  5. turkish citizen says:

    it is quite embarrassing for me. pure epic fail

  6. rubikscube says:

    How exactly would the religious people try to convince the atheists?

  7. daqq says:

    Using old arguments that have been disproved over and over again. Or maybe they’ll just do the good old “convert to our religion or burn in eternal hellfire (or other version of the afterlife for naughty people)”.

  8. Paul says:

    Becoming a buddhist doesn’t require renouncing a disbelief in god, many buddhists are atheists.

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