Filmmaker Ray Comfort, whose movies have been seen by millions, claims to destroy atheism with one scientific question, which he reveals in a new movie called “The Atheist Delusion.“
Comfort, co-host of the award-winning television program “The Way of the Master,“ said regarding atheists“ assertions that there is no God, “Having to point out the existence of the Creator is like having to point out the sun at noon on a clear day. Despite this, a popular skeptic adage is “Extraordinary claims demand extraordinary evidence,“ and thanks to modern science we have that extraordinary evidence. Outspoken atheists such as Bill Maher and Richard Dawkins say that they would believe in God if there was scientific evidence. This movie calls their bluff.“
After reviewing the film, author and CNN consultant Matt Barber said, “Somehow you managed, in less than an hour, to make the case, beyond any reasonable doubt, for the Creator God…This is your masterpiece.“ Filmmaker Alex Kendrick (“Fireproof” and “War Room”) called it “Powerful!“ and said, “It will confirm that there is a God.“ Ryan Gatti, State Senator for Louisiana, said, “Wow! No one can deny the Creator after seeing this!“
Comfort explained that he made the movie after taking a camera to Southern California universities and asking atheists a scientific question that he’d never asked atheists before. “To my astonishment, those who were open to reason changed their minds about the existence of God in minutes,“ Comfort claims.
“You can see the light come on in their eyes. We also were able to interview outspoken atheist Professor Lawrence Krauss, the well-known theoretical physicist, and show the scientific flaw in his arguments against the existence of God.“
According to the movie’s promotional material, “The Atheist Delusion pulls back the curtain and reveals what is going on in the mind of those who deny the obvious. Follow a number of atheists as they go where the evidence leads and display an honesty that is rarely seen on film.” Comfort said,
“The movie reveals what every atheist prays he will never find.“
A pre-release digital download of the movie was just released and is available now at AtheistMovie.com
Official Trailer: youtu.be/Awpzsi4YUHs
Within two days of its release, thousands have purchased an early viewing of a one-hour movie that its producers claim destroys atheism with one scientific question. The film, “The Atheist Delusion,” will be released on YouTube in two months. The executive producer, Ray Comfort, said,
“Just a few years ago atheism was entering the Promised Land. Books by new atheists such as Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, and Sam Harris were topping the New York Times Best Seller list. However, the landscape seems to have drastically changed. Hitchens has sadly passed away, Dawkins has suffered a stroke, and Harris has fallen from favor after being accused of racism and bigotry. And the much anticipated 2016 Reason Rally, which organizers expected would draw 30,000 atheists to Washington, D.C., managed to attract a mere 2,000, by some atheist estimates.
It seems the atheists have argued their case in the public forum and it was dismissed for lack of evidence. People have more sense of reason than atheists give them credit for.”
Comfort, whose movies have been seen by millions, believes his film is the final nail in the coffin for atheism, adding,
“The atheist’s pretense is over. The movie provides irrefutable scientific proof of the Creator for those who will listen.”