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The Atheist Experience special with Ray Comfort

The Atheist Experience special with Ray Comfort

(58:33) Matt Dillahunty and Russell Glasser from The Atheist Experience, lock horns with Christian evangelist Ray Comfort, probably best known (and ridiculed) for his claim that the banana was so well designed it could only have been the work of god. I look forward to the day he figures out the pineapple.

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Guest: (3954 days ago)
Wow... they have god-like patience (see what i did there)
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Wow... they have god-like patience (see what i did there)
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Guest: Non believer (3482 days ago)
Latest comment: I would like to ask Ray about Australian Aboriginals. If like most Creationists he believes mankind has been here for 6000 - 10000 years and Australian white settlement was roughly 200 years ago, then why is there no rock paintings of Jesus or Holy Crosses made out of tree bark anywhere in Aboriginal history? and while you're at it Ray, where in the Palestinian desert did Noah find Kangaroos, Koalas and Penguins for the Ark?
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Latest comment: I would like to ask Ray about Australian Aboriginals. If like most Creationists he believes mankind has been here for 6000 - 10000 years and Australian white settlement was roughly 200 years ago, then why is there no rock paintings of Jesus or Holy Crosses made out of tree bark anywhere in Aboriginal history? and while you're at it Ray, where in the Palestinian desert did Noah find Kangaroos, Koalas and Penguins for the Ark?
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Guest: Bruce in Orlando (3815 days ago)
Ray's career and income are based on advancing creation and discounting evolution. He has a vested interest in maintaining that position. It would be like asking a spokesman for the xyz industry to agree that the xyz product was faulty or bad or not as advertised. Its kind of painful to watch this charade after about 10 minutes.
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Ray's career and income are based on advancing creation and discounting evolution. He has a vested interest in maintaining that position. It would be like asking a spokesman for the xyz industry to agree that the xyz product was faulty or bad or not as advertised. Its kind of painful to watch this charade after about 10 minutes.
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Guest: (my name) (3954 days ago)
... and what is the twenty-seventh month called?
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... and what is the twenty-seventh month called?
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TheBob TheBob (3954 days ago)
Good effort, chaps. Goodish way to produce a TV show - but it's like arguing with Jehovah's witnesses. You're on a hiding to nothing because they have "faith" and no amount of intellectual argument will shift that.
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Good effort, chaps. Goodish way to produce a TV show - but it's like arguing with Jehovah's witnesses. You're on a hiding to nothing because they have "faith" and no amount of intellectual argument will shift that.
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Guest: Levi (3954 days ago)
The evangelist probably lives in the US because Aussies laughed him off their continent. He came over as just another guy who counters difficult questions with 'I have faith in the bible/god' but a good point was made about health - if he believes that strongly in a god, why would he trust his health to doctors who work with the products of scientific research? Won't god heal him?
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The evangelist probably lives in the US because Aussies laughed him off their continent. He came over as just another guy who counters difficult questions with 'I have faith in the bible/god' but a good point was made about health - if he believes that strongly in a god, why would he trust his health to doctors who work with the products of scientific research? Won't god heal him?
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