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A new 36-minute movie by Ray Comfort that exposes Darwinian evolution as being bogus science has exploded onto the Internet with more than 180,000 views in just six days.
The “explosion” isn’t just in the number of views, but also in the YouTube comments section. There are more than 14,000 comments, many from atheists who are furious that Evolution vs. God undeniably exposes evolution.
Comfort took a camera to evolutionary scientists at USC and UCLA and pressed them for “observable and testable evidence” (the scientific method) for Darwinian evolution. None of these “experts” could give any.
National radio talk show host Janet Parshall says, “Ray Comfort’s got a fabulous film. Oh boy, this is going to cause the halls of academia to have a few conversations around the cafeteria.”
One reviewer says, “Absolutely devastating! If it were a boxing match, the ref would have stopped your interviews with all of those people, including the professors.”
Comfort says, “The anger is very real because those who hold to the belief in evolution see it as a hill to die on. This is because the conviction that Darwin was right gives them an open door to guilt-free fornication, pornography, homosexuality, adultery, blasphemy and whatever their heart desires. If there’s no God, then there’s no absolute morality, and that means there’s no Judgment Day and definitely no hell.
“Evolution says that fornication is simply primates seeking to procreate their own species. That’s incredibly exciting news for hormone-raging youths, and Evolution vs. God isn’t just a wet blanket—it’s a tidal wave, because in its first 16 minutes, it completely debunks evolution. The only recourse they have is abuse, because they have no scientific evidence for evolution. That’s called ad hominem—when you attack the opponent’s character because you have no argument.”
Phil Johnson, executive director of John MacArthur’s Grace to You, tweeted, “In case you haven’t seen it, here’s the film by Ray Comfort that has agitated and embarrassed so many atheists [EvolutionVsGod.com].”
The comments on YouTube range from criticism to questioning to praise.
“You are so stupid, go learn Science,” user DA wrote.
“How many 100's of hours of editing and this MORON still bangs on the 'observable' part..so not only is he an idiot but also doesn't understand that time needs to pass so we can see evolution....SO no PROOF of god RAY...Just another PATHETIC attempt to plug your $!?&@ videos so he can scam more STUPID Christians out of their money,” wrote user TA.
“I'd like to see the bits that didn't make the final cut where he cornered people on the street who made him look like a complete idiot,” commented UA.
“Here's the part you need to get in your @#^*!& head you retard: My name calling doesn't change the hard fact that evolution is true,” YF wrote.
“Could you give us some clear answers to Ray Comfort's questions that seemed to stump so may science professors and students?” Bethany asked.
“I watched this video with an open mind and it's an incredible eye-opener. I realized how much blind faith I had put into science…Thank you!” Rose said.
“Good job guys; you made me an Agnostic from an Atheist,” commented MJA.
The best-selling author and TV co-host adds, “I would like churches across America to show this movie in their Sunday morning services. This will show their youth that evolution is unscientific, and it will put something into the hands of parents whose kids are convinced that evolution is right and Genesis is wrong.”
Comfort is asking Christians to push the movie further into the secular world by watching it online, "liking" it and sending the link to others. He is also encouraging anyone who cares about the fate of the ungodly to go to EvolutionVsGod.com and click on “Promote.”
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