An Australian creationist made this video 3 years ago.
I guess they thought it was so good that they made a remake this year.
They haven’t improved it at all — it’s still a terrible awful argument.
First, there’s the strawman dentist who turns to his patient and disagrees with her expression of religious sentiment. This is not credible. I know Christians relish that feeling of martyrdom, but atheists don’t care if you say you believe in gods — we just would rather you didn’t require us to believe in them. And what dentist is going to be rude to a patient?
And then we get the supposedly killer argument:
I don’t believe in dentists. If there’s such a thing as dentists, then why do so many people have broken, infected, and missing teeth?
ORIGINAL SIN! No, wait, that’s their excuse.
The question isn’t whether things get broken — that’s a common, natural phenomenon — but what repairs them. I believe in dentists because I can look in my mouth and see fillings and crowns. I had a root canal once, and it was memorable. After I’m dead, someone can dig up my bones and see clear evidence of dentistry in my jaws.
I don’t believe in gods because they don’t seem to do any of the things believers claim they do. Christians have the same dental problems as atheists, so faith doesn’t seem to prevent tooth decay.