Ray Comfort on Bringing Sinners to the Savior

In one of the most famous fight scenes in the Indiana Jones movies, the hero is being attacked by a fearsome man with a lethal-looking sword. I haven’t seen the whole movie, but I certainly remember seeing this part. The attacker is amazingly adept with the razor-sharp weapon, moving it through the air with lightning speed like some sort of sideshow juggler.

The hero is feet in front of him, and it looks like all is over for him—he’s armed with only a leather whip. When it looks like certain curtains for Mr. Jones, he casually pulls out a gun from his jacket pocket and shoots the swordsman through the heart. It was all over with one shot. It made the enemy look ridiculous because despite all the hoopla, he was simply out-weaponed. A sword is useless in the face of a speeding bullet.

The Ten Commandments outgun the enemy. He has a sharp sword, but we have ten great cannons. Those cannons are mighty through God for the immediate shooting down of strongholds.

Let’s look at a transcript from one of our YouTube clips. It’s a real-life encounter I had when I dueled with a sharp young atheist. I was looking for material for a new video called “Why Did Dinosaurs Disappear?” So I asked him why he thought the creatures were no longer with us. When describing creation coming back to life after a massive meteor hit the earth, he made the mistake of saying that animals and human beings were “constructed.”

I asked, “Who constructed us?” He quickly replied, “I don’t believe in a god,” and said that cells just came together. So, I asked where they came from, adding, “There’s got to be a Constructor if there’s a construction.” He conceded, but said that he was still an atheist, I said, “Let me see if I can change your mind. Do you believe the scientific impossibility that nothing created everything?”

He went quiet for a minute, and then said, “You do have a point there. I don’t believe that nothing created everything.”

“So you’re not an atheist.”

“I guess technically no, I’m not an atheist.”

“So you’ve changed your mind.”

He smiled warmly and said, “I’ve just changed my mind.”

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SOURCE: Christian Post, Ray Comfort