Wow, I have to be the reasonable one here? Things really have changed.
I'll admit that the video plays directly on some very Christian themes. But remember that many of those themes were taken from older religions and beliefs and co-opted into the "new" religion, so they're in no way unique to Christianity.
You know where I stand on these issues, as I can be quite vocal about it. But you also have to realize that a lot of what you're seeing as personal attacks aren't directed at you specifically. It's more of a backlash against those who feel so strongly about their beliefs that they make it a priority to force those beliefs on everyone else. Whether face-to-face, in online forums, or in changing our local and Federal laws, there is a huge push to get "everyone" to conform to the specific ideals of one specific group.
That I have a problem with, as do many other folks. In fact, I believe that this overwhelming drive to force the beliefs of a specific group onto the world as a whole is responsible for much of the hatred and persecution in the world today. Whether it be radical Muslims and their suicide bombs or a radical Christian killing Family Planning doctors or beating gays to death, it all stems from the same intolerance and hatred for anyone who dares to think or feel or act differently and thus refuses to "fall in line."
Yes, those are extreme examples, and no, I don't believe that every single Muslim is hell-bent on destroying us, any more than I believe that every single Christian or Jew is hell-bent on either converting or killing everyone they meet.
But there are those few who are so adamant about their own beliefs that they spend their lives trying to convert others, or to prove that every other belief is somehow wrong. And the Christian religion, like the Muslims, is particularly focused on proselytizing and conversion.
Which naturally draws resistance from those who may hold a differing opinion.
So yes, you will occasionally see a shot taken like the video posted above. It may even be dressed up as humor to soften its impact.
But realize that this isn't a direct attack against any one individual. It's merely the latest salvo in a debate that has been going on for centuries, and that will go on long after you and I and everyone reading this is gone.
So really, the only real response that's gonna make any difference in the long run is to stand firm in your own beliefs, whatever they may be, and not let anyone else impinge upon those beliefs. There will always be those who disagree, sometimes vociferously, but those are external forces and can't shake your internal faith unless you let them.
At least that's what the rest of us non-believers believe.