I was an atheist who took the red pill. Then I took the God pill. Now I’m a Christian
by Dave Cullen
Dave Cullen, better known as Computing Forever, is a popular Irish blogger whose YouTube videos have been viewed over 90 million times. Last week he posted a video announcing his conversion to Christianity entitled ‘Rediscovering faith: My journey back to Christianity’. Here’s what he said
When you take the metaphorical red pill, you realise how much you’ve been lied to all your life.
You discover that you’ve been fed an ideology, perpetuated through biased narratives and spin. You begin to discern truth from illusion and reject the programming that they attempted to indoctrinate you with.
The black pill is where you descend down the rabbit hole further and learn just how bad things have become. It’s where the consequences of evil become truly apparent. It’s also the point where you begin to experience a degree of hopelessness and despondency. This is the point of rock bottom. But luckily, from there, the only way is up. Things can seem bleak, but it’s virtually impossible to stay black-pilled for long. It’s simply too difficult to entertain nihilism or despair for extended periods of time. Eventually, an appetite for hope, optimism and meaning begins to develop. The soul requires nourishment.
Enter the white pill, also known as the God pill…