In August of 1998, a professing atheist read Ray Comfort’s “The Atheist Test”, wrote to him, and asked why he didn’t accept the “scientific facts” that supported the theory of evolution. Ray wrote back that there was more proof that the earth was flat. That was in the beginning. In time, a book evolved.
Ray Comfort has spoken at Yale on the subject of atheism. He was a guest speaker for 2002 National Convention of American Atheists, Inc. He is the author of more than 50 books, including God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists, and is the co-producer (with Kirk Cameron) of the award-winning television production, “The Science of Evolution.” He says that he can prove God’s existence scientifically, without the use of “faith”, in two minutes.
James D. Franz is a professing atheist and a believer in the theory of evolution. He thinks that Ray Comfort is “idiotic” and a “blinded fool”, whose arguments are “laughable at best”. He maintains that Ray’s logic is very “tainted with uneducated and irrelevant spoutings” that are “weak, flimsy, self-contradictory, uninformed, poorly organized, badly thought out, mindless, pointless, ignorant, simple, and mind-numbingly dull.”
Intelligent Design versus Evolution-Letters to an Atheist is intellectually stimulating, thought-provoking, and at times even humorous.
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"Breath Of Fresh Air. In today's confusing world of mixing fantasy with Bible scripture it's refreshing to hear Biblical truth again. Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron almost have the market cornered telling the most effective way for Christians to share their faith, and how to know a true conversion. Intelligent Design is filled with examples and anecdotes on Ray's years of experience sharing the Gospel. I can't wait for his next book."