Earlier this year a 260-pound former professional boxer, ex-cop and fundamentalist Christian sat down to watch Ray (Bananaman) Comfort’s latest movie, The Atheist Delusion: Why Millions Deny the Obvious.
It left Matt Barber, above – author of Hating Jesus: The American Left’s War on Christianity – “balling (sic) like a baby”.
After writing here that “those who deny the existence of their Creator are delusional”, Barber, “a columnist, a cultural analyst and an attorney concentrating in constitutional law”, said:
I mean it when I say The Atheist Delusion is the most persuasive and captivating answer to atheist questions I’ve ever seen on film. Without giving too much away, let me just say that non-believers and believers alike will be moved emotionally, spiritually and intellectually.
I have no doubt that many who claim atheism at the beginning of the film, will be left well on their way to admitting His existence and infinite glory toward film’s end.
According to the festival’s atrocious website, the movie, along with other award-winning entries, will be screened on Sunday October 2 at The Woodbridge Community Church in Irvine, California.
Bob Seidensticker, one of a number of reviewers who went through the ordeal of watching this steaming heap of manure (tagline: “Atheism destroyed with one scientific question” ) wrote here:
I don’t remember a single correct scientific statement from Ray in the entire movie. The entire thing collapses into a pretentious pile of elementary and emotional arguments, which, unfortunately, may be effective on people who haven’t thought much about these issues.
And he wound up with a quote from Mark Twain’s Life on the Mississippi:
As for the contents of his skull, they could have changed place with the contents of a pie and nobody would have been the worse off for it but the pie.