Dexter Season 6 Premiere Full Episode

Serious Atheist/Religious overtones in the new season premiere of Dexter. Definitely worth a watch. STOKED for religion to enter the storyline like this.

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Comment by Marc Poulin on October 3, 2011 at 9:16pm

Watching it now, didn't realize it had started already this season. Love the atheist overtones

Comment by Bryce Conley on October 4, 2011 at 10:27pm
I am a huge Dexter fan, I've seen every season, and this was by far the best premier I've seen. Dexter an atheist, I love it. Aside from a good episode, there are many parts with religious discussions that point out some of the various holes in religion and do it in a way that even some christians might get. The ending and preview of the new main killer of the season also leads you to believe his first and future killings have an, indirect at least, tie to religion (I.e. first kill was tied into the 7 deadly sins). Its nice to finally see a main character portrayed as an atheist (who can stand up for his views), and the antagonist being the religious one. It couldn't have gone any better.
Comment by Garrett Taffer on October 7, 2011 at 10:14pm

Jesus loves Dexter!!!

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