A colleague and I saw "Religulous" last night. It was entertaining, primarily for its combination of crazy characters (one of them was my Latin teacher). As far as the general argument goes, it seems to me that it's not so much an argument against religion, as an argument against the incoherent and self-contradictory beliefs of many poorly educated religious believers. This fact makes the argument an ad hominem, but not the fallacious kind. That is to say, his argument was directed at certain people, but it didn't really do much to address any very serious arguments. Thoughts anyone?