Ok well I was going to show a picture of this guy where he has an angry look on his face and compare it to a tele-evangelist:
Not all discussion of whether he is angry or not is subjective. There is a whole science to reading facial emotions, at anyrate, that IS an angry facial emotion.
But then I went and watched Tele-Evangelist feeds, and it seemed everyone I watched had some sort of damnation message, and there were only angry faces to be snapshotted. (So It is unfair to say religous people display loving exp
ressions more than athiests)
The majority of the people in this forum (including myself, and excluding Elijah) agree with this guy, however I still think he comes off as angry. Here is a test, get a Christian friend or religiously impartial person to watch the clip Hello America, and ask them whether this guy comes off as loving or angry. I really like some of these videos but I think that the anger turns off broad audiences. I think the message should come across in a relaxed, intelligent, compassionate tone to reach the broadest audience.