Ray Comfort’s Guide to Making a Documentary

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  • http://lotharlorraine.wordpress.com/ Lothar Lorraine

    I would modify a bit the end:

    5. if someone disagrees, say it is because she is blinded by sin

    6. Rake in the Cash

    7. Pray God to know a new city where Comfort’s good new can be preached/broadcast

    8. Repeat there

    Friendly greetings from continental Europe.

    Lothars Sohn – Lothar’s son

    http://lotharlorraine.wordpress.com

  • Ahswan

    Isn’t this everyone’s guide to filming a documentary?

    • http://godofevolution.com/ Tyler Francke

      I don’t know that anyone has ever gotten more mileage out of using the “random-person-on-the-street interview” as a rhetorical device than our friend Ray Comfort.