I don't know what you find entertaining. Personally, I find the struggle of ideas to be the best entertainment. I'm not intrigued with television plots where the answer is revealed in an hour. I much prefer a situation where I have to wrestle with the ideas and struggle with the answers.
American Jewish University presents best-selling authors Sam Harris and Rabbi David Wolpe in a debate about the existence of God and the role of religion and faith in society. Sam Harris is a renowned atheist and author of The End of Faith and Letter to a Christian Nation. Rabbi David Wolpe, of Sinai Temple, is the author of Teaching Your Children About God and Why Be Jewish. This debate is moderated by Los Angeles Times religion editor Steve Padilla.
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In my book a debate between two intelligent and learned people beats any Law and Order marathon one could ever program.
Oh, yeah ... plan on 1 hour and 44 minutes.