Stop me if you’ve heard this one: a Rabbi, a priest and an atheist walk into a bar. Well, not a bar, but you get the idea.
A rabbi, a priest and an atheist smoke weed together
Cut Video, which is known for its videos of people smoking pot together, got the rabbi, the priest, and the atheist together, where they did some bong hits and smoked a joint, before talking about, you guessed it, religion.
The Rabbi, Jim Morel, has smoked before – albeit, many years ago – and came into it with an open mind, wanting to experience one of God’s creations. To his left was Chris Schuler, an Episcopal priest, who hasn’t smoked since high school. The last in the lineup was the atheist, Carlos Diller, who is a regular smoker.
To his left was Chris Schuler, an Episcopal priest, who hasn’t smoked since high school. The last in the lineup was the atheist, Carlos Diller, who is a regular smoker.
Given Diller’s upbringing, which saw him growing up as a Southern Baptist but also as Roman Catholic (before his priest denied him Confirmation for having “gay sex acts in school”), you can imagine where the topic of conversation will go.
But it wasn’t just the three men asking the questions, as Cut Video also had some, which included asking if the priest’s religion was against smoking. The answer was that there wasn’t any Biblical precedent to smoking dope. That’s where Diller stops him from saying smoking “dope” as the preferred nomenclature is “weed” of course.
Oh, this is going to be fun. – Priest Chris Schuler
First, it was hits from a bong. Then, five minutes later, the joints are out. About 10 minutes after that, the talks begin, which focus on Diller’s childhood and how he started on his way to being an atheist. As you’d expect from such a gathering, each has their say about religion in general, but also religion’s view on weed.
This video needs to be watched, so there will be no spoiling as to what else is in the edit. But, remember, it’s not dope – it’s weed.
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