Apologist Ray Comfort is known for his creative approach to sharing the gospel. Comfort, who founded the Living Waters ministry, regularly creates documentaries and other outreach projects aimed at reaching people with biblical truth.
But the well-known apologist wasn’t always the Bible-believing man he is today.
In recent years, Comfort has produced and hosted films like “180,” “Noah and the Last Days,” “Audacity” and his new project “7 Reasons” — movies that lead people to think deeper about faith, the world around them and God’s love.
He recently spoke with PureFlix.com’s “Pure Talk” about what he believes is the biggest barrier that prevents people from embracing God and the Bible.
“It’s not understanding the danger. The Bible says men love darkness and hate the light, neither will they come to the light lest their deeds be exposed,” Comfort said, noting that this love for darkness clouds human judgment. “So, everybody loves their sins.”
Watch Comfort break down his views on atheism and share his own journey to faith:
Comfort is set to be a central fixture in the PureFlix.com sponsored Answering Atheist conference (April 17-21) this Easter at the Ark Encounter attraction. It’s a conference that promises “four days of solid biblical teaching to equip you to stand confidently on God’s word.”
The apologist will join Answers in Genesis founder Ken Ham, among many others, in addressing key questions about faith, atheism and how to engage with non-believers. Comfort will also preach at a sunrise service on Easter morning at the Ark Encounter, leading in a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus Christ.
“The reason atheism is so attractive to the unsaved is because it gets rid of moral accountability,” Comfort told “Pure Talk.” “If there’s no God, there’s no ultimately right or wrong and there’s no punishment for right and wrong.”
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SOURCE: Christian Post, Billy Hallowell