Deeply inspired by the Neon’ idea and full of ‘win’ (much like Charley Sheen in his interviews from back in the day), the two ‘televangelists’ started off the first wave of internet broadcasts in May of the year 2011. Their helper is named Chad and the owner of their streaming website is Vince Vaughn. There's so much to enjoy here. Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? This FAQ is empty. Jesus Chatline Looking for something to watch? In this show Steven and Richard have several arguments and can't help but breakin.. https://johnnycoopercinematicuniverse.fandom.com/wiki/The_Jesus_Chatline?oldid=750. A live-streamed webcast hosted by Richard Burnish and Steven Chilton, the co-founders of … But with its simplicity, comes a once in a lifetime online show in the perfect storm. Hope, Love, Inspiration. In the first clip Richard fights a demon over the internet, unfortunatly he loses the fight when the demon hangs up. Created by Richard Burnish, Steven Chilton. Dustin, who played Richard has confirmed that he doesn't have any recordings of any of the missing episodes. It's simple, but hilarious. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. In the near future this website will contain more features and information. Their goal was to make sure the viewers had fun, while also having fun themselves. In the second.. A little later on Richard.. Those videos are available here on my own host. Title: At its core, Jesus Chatline was just about two friends that had a hobby of entertainment on the internet. Those videos are available here on my own host. In this clip of the aftershow of june 10, 2012 Steven talks about the previous show and answers some questions from 4chan's /b/. I try to use Youtube.com to host all video's but unfortunatly Youtube.com tends to block the video's in certain countries. This website aims to find and archive all Jesus Chatline episodes. If you have any questions or suggestions please contact me here. Looking for a slightly scary movie to watch this Halloween? JohnnyCooperCinematicUniverse Wiki is a FANDOM TV Community. It was portrayed as a Christian talk-show with a central theme of promoting the Neon Bible, a supposedly revolutionary rewrite of the traditional Bible that was catered to modern audiences. Every episode, the show received calls from live viewers where they would be allowed to ask questions to the hosts and discuss various topics pertaining to Christianity. View production, box office, & company info. The subject of this episode is the environment. The show became infamous among 4chan and its /b/ board and both hosts would pay homage to the trolls in several of their after-shows. Coming at the right time in the early streaming days, it was a perfect storm and will always hold up in retrospect. Jesus Chatline. Co-Hosts of The Jesus Chatline, Richard and Stevens goal is to spread God's word on the internet for stories, inspiration, phone calls and song, join them on their crusade. Over time, a number of recurring callers became well engrained in the culture of the show, frequently calling in with unique personas. The video starts off with Richard talking to Justin.tv user Kel. "The Neon Bible is the most modern word of god out there. Later on Richa.. After Richard's passing in the last episode, we are left with an empty chair.