(HT: Jordan Huff).
It’s not often that one sees discussion of transubstantiation on Comedy Central or anywhere else for that matter (except perhaps EWTN). It’s interesting that Wills, a Roman Catholic, seems to feel no reluctance to attack Romanist dogma. It reminds one that, in the final analysis, only one thing is necessary to be a Romanist: to submit (formally) to the Bishop of Rome. Darryl Hart comments on this at Oldlife.
Their discussion of Hebrews is interesting but completely confused. For a superior introduction to Hebrews start with this episode of Office Hours.