Christianity has been one of the world's most popular religions for the last couple thousand years thanks to its righteous mix of Jesus, God, the Bible and church. But lately church attendance has been dwindling and Christian leaders have had a difficult time adapting the religion to today’s fast-paced technologically-driven society. Thanks to a report from The Daily Show’s Jordan Klepper, we can stop trying to analyze the situation and let him do it instead.

In the following segment Klepper meets with two Christian pastors with different views as to the future of the religion. One is a rockin’ dude with celebrity friends who thinks that the future of Christianity is going to be “super super super dope” while the other believes everything will be fine once robots use their superior brains to decide Christianity is for them. Either way, looks like Christianity will be just fine!

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