Rainn Wilson Mentions the Baha’i Faith

Rainn Wilson clowns around with Craig Ferguson on the Late Late Show. He is doing the talk show rounds to promote his movie The Last Mimzy and towards the end he is asked about his Faith.

Here’s an interview he did at the US Baha’i Website.

The Baha’i TV stars are really starting to pile up. Omid Djalili, Bevin from The Bachelor and now Rainn Wilson.

  • http://bahaisonline.net Steve Marshall

    Sadly, Rainn’s interview is only going to fuel the persistent rumour that the Baha’i Faith has something to do with sheep. Cut to the chase.

  • http://bahaisonline.net Steve Marshall

    Sadly, Rainn’s interview is only going to fuel the persistent rumour that the Baha’i Faith has something to do with sheep. Cut to the chase.

  • http://www.whitehanky.blogspot.com White Hanky

    Hi Steve:
    Do you think this is what the US NSA meant in their letter when they said “Nearly 1,000 souls entered the Faith through experimental television broadcasts and Internet proclamations” ?
    I wonder how Rainn’s cluster is dealing with the onslaught of seekers who want to know more.
    CRINGE.

  • http://www.whitehanky.blogspot.com White Hanky

    Hi Steve:
    Do you think this is what the US NSA meant in their letter when they said “Nearly 1,000 souls entered the Faith through experimental television broadcasts and Internet proclamations” ?
    I wonder how Rainn’s cluster is dealing with the onslaught of seekers who want to know more.
    CRINGE.

  • Gregory Williams

    Actually, I think the interview was very well done. How many comedians actually talk seriously about their religion on a late night talk show? Especially one few are very familiar with.

    I think it’s about time that we get people to joke about our Faith, laugh about our Faith. Because the majority of humans are not particularly intellectual. And the majority of humans don’t make decisions after analysis. They follow feeling and instinct and others.

    So – I think it was well done and it probably DID inspire a few Google hits on the Baha’i Faith.

  • Gregory Williams

    Actually, I think the interview was very well done. How many comedians actually talk seriously about their religion on a late night talk show? Especially one few are very familiar with.

    I think it’s about time that we get people to joke about our Faith, laugh about our Faith. Because the majority of humans are not particularly intellectual. And the majority of humans don’t make decisions after analysis. They follow feeling and instinct and others.

    So – I think it was well done and it probably DID inspire a few Google hits on the Baha’i Faith.

  • http://www.bahairants.com Baquia

    oh definitely, but I dare say he might get into trouble with the UHJ since TV proclamation events like this are supposed to be substituted with Ruhi.

    ;-)

  • http://www.bahairants.com Baquia

    oh definitely, but I dare say he might get into trouble with the UHJ since TV proclamation events like this are supposed to be substituted with Ruhi.

    ;-)