Several readers sent me both this item about Ray Comfort and the response over at Jesus and Mo.
You may know already that Ray Comfort has made a new film about evolutionary biology and its advocates, called “Evolution vs. God.” (So much for those who claim that science and faith are compatible!) Of course it’s negative, and the trailer below gives a taste of what’s to come. Featuring P.Z. Myers and other evolutionary biologists who were unwise enough to be interviewed, the trailer implies that evolution isn’t real because we haven’t been able to see macroevolution in real time. (Well, we see it all the time in fossils.) Bacteria are still bacteria after selection! We haven’t changed cats into dogs! Comfort is gloating because unlike the standard films, which use creationists to go after evolution, this one features only evolutionists, whose words are undoubtedly taken out of context.
Anyway, Christian News reports more:
A major evangelistic ministry is preparing to launch a 30-minute documentary that Christian leaders say will offer a “devastating,” “lights out” challenge to the evolutionary worldview.
Living Waters, a California-based ministry founded by influential evangelist Ray Comfort, has produced several groundbreaking resources over the years, including The Evidence Bible and “The Way of the Master” evangelism course. In late 2011, the ministry released the phenomenally successful abortion documentary “180,” which has since generated over four million YouTube views and nearly one million DVD sales.
Last week, Living Waters unveiled the trailer for their latest project, a video titled “Evolution vs. God.” Already the promotional clip has generated approximately 50,000 views, and that play count continues to rapidly escalate with each passing day. Not only are many Christians eager to see the film, but Comfort told Christian News Network that it has also created “a buzz in the atheist community.”
The main premise behind “Evolution vs. God” is that top evolutionary scientists cannot convincingly support their theory, and instead rely heavily on unfounded assumptions. Even when Comfort personally interviews influential evolutionists from major universities in the film (such as well-known atheist PZ Myers), they are unable to satisfyingly answer Comfort’s prodding questions.
Comfort is hoping “Evolution vs. God” will prove to be an influential weapon in the battle against current moral deterioration, much like “180” was a powerful voice against the horrors of abortion.
“Today, atheists are pushing Darwin’s little theory and it has opened the floodgates to abortion, fornication, pornography, homosexuality and adultery. If there is no God and we are just primates, then there’s no ultimate right and wrong. Anything goes as long as it gets society’s smile. 180 looked at one symptom. ‘Evolution vs. God’ looks at the cause.”
“As you will see on “Evolution vs. God,”” Comfort stated, “not one of the experts could give me a whisper of evidence for Darwinian evolution. The movie is going to shatter the faith of the average believer in evolution, and strengthen the faith of every Christian.”
Yeah, those atheistic Danes and Swedes, with their high acceptance of evolution, have nearly destroyed Scandinavia through their acts of rape, murder, theft and pillage.
What a moron.
Here’s what you can expect:
This travesty opens July 11.
Jesus and Mo didn’t lose any time commenting on the film:
And if you wonder where Jesus’s “Kaboom! Pow! Lights out! Party’s over!” came from, it’s straight out of the Christian News report:
Though “Evolution vs. God” will not be available for public viewing until July 11th, several notable Christian leaders who have seen previews of the film say that it is outstanding. Bruce Garner described it as “absolutely devastating” to the evolutionary worldview. Randy Alcorn noted that “every student and ever parent should watch it!” And Todd Friel enthusiastically proclaimed, “Kaboom! Pow! Lights out! Party’s over!”