I thought this video clip was a parody about how shallow and braindead religion can make some people but apparently the DJ called "Southpaw" is trying to mix comedy with his religious beliefs. He does makes a pertinent political and social comment concerning the "consumerist nature" of christianity. That is: "the more is better or big is better mantra", though I am not sure that this message is intentional.
Parody is a form of satire that imitates another work of art in order to ridicule it. Cultural movements can also be parodied. Such works are also sometimes colloquially referred to as spoofs. This video works as a spoof on the modern fundamentalist christian movement.
The video is so bad it is the equivalent of intentional mockery. It is a parody of fundamentalist christianity. If this video is meant to proselytise, I suggest he has a brighter future as a comedian rather than as a preacher.
"Beware of the person of one book." Saint Thomas Aquinas