|#||Title||Image||Premiere||Finale||Status on IMDB|
|5||Dorbees||September 8, 1998||2.7/10|
|4||Donkie Ollie||January 1, 2010||5/10|
|3||Ewe Know||February 22, 2002||July 23, 2008||2.4/10|
|2||Booples||October 23, 2008||November 20, 2008||N/A|
|1||The Animated Adventures of Bibleman||October 15, 2016||March 1, 2017||2.8/10|
|Title||Image||Premiere||Finale||Status on IMDB/TV.com||Why It's Not on the List|
|VeggieTales||December 21, 1993||N/A||6.8/10 (8.1/10)||"VeggieTales is just... hard to comment on. It's slightly more subtle with its religious propaganda! And some of the episodes don't even discuss religion. They sometimes parody other aspects of popular culture like... Batman! I was never a fan of the CG style, but this show does have a steady cult following."|
|Davey and Goliath||Original Series: |
February 25, 1961
September 12, 1971
November 7, 1964
May 29, 1975
|7.5/10 (7.2/10)||"This is also an honorable mention, because I actually found this cartoon... far too decent to be on the list! The voice acting is surprisingly tolerable for a religious cartoon! And the morals aren't shoved down you throat like every single other religious cartoon!"|
|Cherub Wings||March 3, 2000||April 12, 2011||N/A||"Remember - don't just teach kids religion, but give them nightmares too! From your dark, evil, discombobulated CG!"|
- PhantomStrider: "In a twisted, contorted universe of eternal darkness comes a white circle! And this white circle is going to... teach you about God!!"
-His introduction to Jot
- This is among Strider's personal favorite top lists. It introduces one of his favorite jokes ("Struck by God") and has one of his favorite messages about questioning what we are taught. In the commentary, Strider mentions that it was satisfying to "make something fun out of nothing" referring to relatively boring cartoons being made fun.
Behind the scenes
- Josh made this list during the worst depressive episode he has ever experienced in his life.
- This is among Josh's top 3 personal favorite top lists that he has made so far.