Despite its name, Religion for Breakfast can be enjoyed at any time of day. Focusing on "religion as a human phenomenon," and studying religion through an academic, nonsectarian lens, the YouTube channel invites viewers to improve their religious literacy. Some videos provide primers on religions around the world, such as Sikhi (featuring scholar Dr. Simran Jeet Singh) and Islam (with Dr. Hussein Rashid). Though these videos highlight each religion's core beliefs, the host and guests remind viewers that there is a great deal of internal diversity within each religion. Other videos cover religious holidays (e.g., Intro to Hanukkah) and religious symbols (e.g., The Origins of the Jesus Fish). Religion for Breakfast is hosted by Dr. Andrew M. Henry, a religious studies scholar (tweeting @andrewmarkhenry). Readers should note that neither Henry nor the channel "endorse any particular religious tradition or non-religious perspective;" rather, the channel exists to increase understanding "through an anthropological, sociological, and archaeological lens."