Rogan is best known as the host of NBC's Fear Factor and for his role on Newsradio.
A reader supplies some relevant quotes from his website:
"I'm one of those crazy people who believes that all human beings share one consciousness. So if you're mean and evil to someone, you're being evil to yourself. But I also believe in a lot of dumb **** like Bigfoot and UFOs, so it's tough to take me seriously. I just find it a little odd that the same government that denies the existence of UFOs insists on sticking to the "single bullet theory."
"Despite all the advancements in science, and all things about religion that are disproved it still marches on. The bottom line is that the only real, absolutely provable answers about life and our place in the universe are provided by science, and religion has been holding down science since day one."
"I saw a documentary on the brilliant cosmologist Stephen Hawking, where he said he had a meeting with the pope, and that the pope said to him that it's all right to explore the universe, but told him not to look into the origins of the big bang, for that would be questioning God's story of creation.
Just imagine that one of the greatest minds to come along in the last few hundred years, and he�s taking directions from a cult leader that wears big goofy hats.
That, my friends, is offensive."
"Every single religion that has ever been on the face of the Earth, ever, is a cult. That's all they are. Just a cult with millions of people in them. Meanwhile, they have a bunch of really bad ... stories that require more belief than an episode of "I Dream of Jeannie.'
"You're supposed to just go along with it. Meanwhile your brain is just spinning, going, "How is this real?' They will just not listen to logic. To me, that's fascinating that so many people are willing to buy into it. It's be cause people need answers. I'd rather have no answers than a(n) ... answer that makes me an idiot.'"
Joe Rogan has posted on his youtube channel a comedy sketch in which he proposes explaining the story of Noahs Ark to a child with down syndrome. Joe Rogan Video on Noahs Ark. After telling the story to the young boy Joe does schtick explaining the boys reaction: "An 8 year old retard is gonna say there's a lot of holes in that story, wait a minute, holy shit, let me sit down for this one... first of all how big is this boat we're talking about here? There's millions of animals all in that one boat? One guy built this boat? How long is dat thing? 600 years seems a little old for a fellow to be taking on a project of this magnitude. What did the animals eat while they were on this thing? Because animals like to eat other animals!" The end of the video wraps up with an "archaeologist" who was involved in a "find of a boat shaped object" who challenges Joe. Joe mocks the guy.