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There are many videos on YouTube dealing with Evolution, Creation, atheism and God.
- Creator of the Why do people laugh at creationists? series of videos, various science/astronomy videos, along with videos documenting his humiliation of VenomFangX.
- The Richard Dawkins Foundation. Lectures, documentaries and interviews by Richard Dawkins.
- British stand-up comedian Pat Condell, with almost 84.000 followers (as of June 2009).
- Various atheist and science videos, including more than hundred (as of June 2009) excerpts from The Atheist Experience.
- Brett Keane, very active creator of various atheist videos, often calling pastors and churches asking tough questions in a civil manner.
- Romanian atheist woman with 40+ videos.
- Creator of the Foundational Falsehood of Creationism series of videos.
- Creator of the From Big Bang to Us – Made Easy series of videos.
- Edward Current
- Creates parodies of creationist videos which are sometimes mistaken for the real thing - see Poe's law.
- "Mrs. Betty Bowers, America's best Christian." Christian satire.
- Goes through creationist videos, such as those of Kent Hovind, and debunks their claims step by step.
- Many pro-evolution videos and creationist criticism.
- 19 self-produced videos.
- Nick Gisburne
- Account which was deleted by youtube for quoting the Qur'an. The Nick Gisburne story
- Pro-reason videos focused on correct use of logic and semantics. Uses graphics and animation.
- Father Greg, Christian evangelist satire
- God himself has a Youtube channel.
- Former religious cult member.
- God "behind the scenes" brilliant sketch comedy.
- Animated comedy demonstrating absurdities of Christianity.
- "Eye on Religion" news segment; Pastor Dick, Christian satire
- Tremick's World
- Christian evangelist satire
- Richard "The Dick" Coughlan
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- Former Christian who uses "satire, research and some common sense" to explore questions about God.
- Like QualiaSoup, uses graphics and animation accompanied by narration. Creator of "Instruction Manual for Life", a sort of parable about being raised in the church.
- The James Randi Educational Foundation. Videos where James "The Amazing" Randi talks about various topics related to skepticism and critical thinking + debunks various forms of superstition.
- Many videos from various sources related to skepticism.
- Archive with all videos made by the infamous creationist VenomFangX. All these videos were removed from the VenomFangX channel when he left YouTube.
- Ray Comfort & Kirk Cameron of The Way of the Master ministries. Perhaps best known for the video Bananas - The Atheist's Worst Nightmare.
- Self described as "Youtube's most despicable Christian"
- An abrasive young-earth creationist and geocentrist who is described by many as one of the creepiest and most deranged personalities one could wish to come across in the YouTube community. Well known for his signature oversized head-gear apparatus, delusions of grandeur, and theories from far out in left field, he comes across as loopy entertainment to some and unbearable to others.