Trevor and Jerrod Carmichael Talk Faith and Religion – Between The Scenes | The Daily Show

Published on April 25, 2022

Jerrod Carmichael discusses growing up in a religious home and how his relationship and understanding of faith has evolved since coming out. #DailyShow



  • dondolo2 2 years ago

    This dude sounds like the voice inside my head

  • ASTRUM AEROSPACE 2 years ago

    this is an amazing show

  • n3cotraf 2 years ago

    If you are more than 10 years old and not brain damaged, you simply cannot believe religions.

  • Mars Fish 2 years ago

    I thought that was young dolph

  • RoD'z World 2 years ago

    Just get rid of religion

  • bubblesezblonde 2 years ago

    wow what a great interview. Thanks Noah!

  • JustNel 2 years ago

    I came to the same realization… A lot of what’s in the bible cannot be taken in the literal or factual sense because of the time that the Bible comes from… People used to say and do things that now looking back is only attributed to ignorance

  • Monica Burton 2 years ago

    Love this!

  • Tanya Walters 2 years ago

    I learned from the Bible that we have to have a relationship with the Lord and that is most important. As it speaks of people walking with the Lord and they were sinners. In the book it speaks of people doing things because the Lord told us too but their heart is not in it. We need to know that we need the Lord as the sinners that know will go first and the better than thou will go behind them. I know I need the Lord for I live in sin and pray often building that relationship. He is real.

  • Richard B. 2 years ago

    Battle your doubt in the Wilderness, and carry your cross.

  • James Ferrell 2 years ago

    He internalized the important part of religion and doesn’t get hung up on the rest of it. Respect.

  • DAVE Smith 2 years ago

    Fox News has proof that Hunter Biden’s business partner visited White House 19 times while Joe Biden was VP and Joe Biden said he never met him

  • Craig Borrenpohl 2 years ago


  • Bevers Family 2 years ago

    Boiling it down to just philosophy is his coping mechanism to justify what he can’t reconcile in his own life.

    We all live in sin. And we aren’t supposed to weigh our sins against another’s. We all have our own individual sinful nature to struggle with in our time here.

    We are taught to try to repent of it (ask for forgiveness and strive to do better the next time). That doesn’t mean we will always succeed but we are supposed to try.

    I feel bad for the guy and his struggles, but from a Christian standpoint his philosophy is misleading to others.

  • Anthony Bha 2 years ago

    2000 Caveman Science Fiction books shouldn’t have any bearing on today.

  • rupesh sharma 2 years ago

    Trevor if you want to talk about religion. Speak to Sadhguru. You will be surprised to know

  • Sarah & Amer 2 years ago

    so you telling me this ain’t young dolph?

  • David Glen Chynoweth 2 years ago



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