In this entertaining and enlightening new book, Pastor Ray Comfort, author of the million-selling The Atheist Test, talks to the atheists and reveals not just the weakness of their arguments but the solid foundation upon which the Christian stands.
Few books take the time to address the atheist's conscience. This book not only gives empirical evidence for the existence of God, it shows atheists that they desperately need His forgiveness. Using a lively question-and-answer format, featuring actual questions from atheists sent to Pastor Comfort's blog at Atheist Central, You Can Lead an Atheist to Evidence, But You Can't Make Him Think shows that God's existence can be proven, and that anyone can do it.
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1 Star One paragraph from the exerpt is enough
The book begins with a quote mine – a comment from Hawking taken out of context. This is dishonest.
In the first paragraph he states:
While some believers in evolution deny that evolution is a random process,
if it's not unplanned, then it's planned.
The logical fail here is stunning. I knocked my can of coke of the desk. It spilled on the floor. It wasn't planned, but it wasn't completely random either. It didn't, and never will, spill on the ceiling. Predictable and planned aren't the same thing.
Comfort is incompetent and dishonest, and reveals it in less than half a page.
1 Star A nice collection of Ignorance, Lies and Illogical talk
An extreme case of strawman arguments. If you have ever wondered what strawman arguments are, read this book. If you have ever thought how stupid, illogical lies sound like, read this book.
This book is just plain painful. It really hurts to learn that there are people out there who are so ignorant to science, or are just in denial. Whatever may be the case, this book is only recommended to those who want to see how dumb creationists really are.
1 Star Ray Comfort is a Genius
One day Ray sat down for a fap-fap-fappin' whilst reading the Bible. Some of his mayonnaise landed on a piece of paper. Somehow Ray was able to convince someone to buy this "book" and sell it to the mentally handicapped. This is why Ray is a genius.
1 Star Nonsense written by a clown
Atheists routinely rip Comfort's pitiable "arguments" to shreds. Each is flawed in it's own special way. His lack of knowledge, his lack of reason and his inability to think critically or logically about any topic are each a failing which makes his books hysterically funny to those of us who have developed those skills for ourselves.
Buy it for the comedy value, if you wish, but don't expect to be driving the atheist's away with the ammunition this feeble tome can provide.
1 Star A Monty Python version of logic
You've got to love Ray Comfort and his Stick My Fingers In My Ears And Sing La La La method of dealing with evidence. His track record is top drawer and anything that keeps his Banana Argument alive (duh! grocery bananas have been BRED that way!) deserves the literary success of all similar works generated by 100 chimps banging away on typewriters.