Evangelist, author and filmmaker Ray Comfort is noted for projects like “Hitler, God and the Bible,” “You Can lead An Atheist to Evidence, But You Can’t Make Him Think,” “Nothing Created Everything,” and “God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists.”

He has also done “The Way of the Master” television show and he has never been one to miss an opportunity ask people about Jesus.

But he’s taking it to a new level with his newest work, “The Atheist Delusion,” in which he believes he is able to “destroy atheism” with one scientific question.

“Having to point out the existence of the Creator is like having to point out the sun at noon on a clear day,” Comfort explains.

See Ray Comfort’s many titles, including “Hitler, God and the Bible,” “You Can lead An Atheist to Evidence, But You Can’t Make Him Think,” “Nothing Created Everything,” and “God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists.”

“Despite this, a popular skeptic adage is ‘extraordinary claims demand extraordinary evidence,’ and thanks to modern science we have that extraordinary evidence,” he continued. “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.”

The movie is available online for purchase in advance of its DVD release.

Author Matt Barber said, after reviewing it, “Somehow you managed, in less than an hour, to make the case, beyond any reasonable doubt, for the Creator God…This is your masterpiece.”

And filmmaker Alex Kendrick, of “Fireproof” and “War Room” fame, said, “It will confirm that there is a God.”

Comfort said the project came about after he went to southern California universities and started 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.”

Comfort, after one short discussion with a dedicated atheist, asked, “You see what your doing?”

“Yeah,” said the atheist. “Lying to myself.”

See Ray Comfort’s many titles, including “Hitler, God and the Bible,” “You Can lead An Atheist to Evidence, But You Can’t Make Him Think,” “Nothing Created Everything,” and “God Doesn’t Believe in Atheists.”

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