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Interview with Ray Comfort on ‘Evolution vs. God’

“Evolution vs. God” is a short-36 minute movie by Ray Comfort, Founder/CEO of Living Waters Publications where Ray completely collapses the heart of the evolution theory with wisdom from above (James 3:17-18) — by asking a poignant, yet simple question no one could answer.

When I asked Ray what prompted this movie, he said, “I was very concerned because Richard Dawkins made his way to the United States and began reaching out for university students, encouraging them towards evolution and atheism; which only leads to sin-filled lifestyles: pornography, homosexuality, and other perversions. Believing in evolution just gives people the excuse to sin and deny the God who created them.”

In preparation for “Evolution vs. God” (which was originally titled “Famous Atheists”) Ray asked more than 20 scientists if he could interview them for this movie. Most said, “No” and others said, “Yes, but not on camera.” He was grateful that God gave him favor with the four professors who kindly consented, and one with whom he already had a cordial relationship.

Among the interviewees were: Associate Professor Paul Zachary “PZ” Myers, PhD, (Biology, University of Minnesota Morris); Associate Professor Gail E. Kennedy, PhD (Department of Anthropology, UCLA); Professor Craig Stanford, PhD (Biology Sciences and Anthropology, USC);Professor Peter Nonacs, PhD, (Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology at UCLA) and many university students as well as other people from all walks of life.

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