Ray Comfort recruits Christians to battle Atheists on Facebook

Mar 5, 2013 | Posted by: NightSerf | Full story: www.examiner.com

Evangelist Ray Comfort says he's receiving so many questions and comments from atheists on his Facebook page that he's found the need to recruit Christians to join the online conversation between hundreds if not thousands of people.

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“Quantum Junctn: Use Both Lanes”

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Givemeliberty wrote:
We're a threat to their pocketbook and power base. They don't like that, not one little bit.
Nobody puts forth all this effort for a frivolous cause.
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Yes, there is that too.

Religion is the perfect scam: it purports an imaginary "problem", called "sin".

And claims to have the equally imaginary "cure", called "salvation".

How... very... convenient.

And nobody can question it, either,'cause all the "consequences" allegedly take place after you die.

A perfect setup for the shills; PT Barnum would've understood.
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Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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Yes, there is that too.
Religion is perfect scam: it purports an imaginary "problem", called "sin".
And claims to called "salvation".
How... very... convenient.
And nobody can question it, either,'cause all the "consequences" allegedly take place after you die.
A perfect setup PT Barnum for the shills; would've understood.
NEW YORK ó When he visits the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem next week,
US President Barack Obama will be looking to signal solidarity with the Middle Eastís Christian communities, the White House said on Thursday.

Many of the regionís Christian populations are embattled minorities, and Obamaís trip to the church, believed by many to be
the site of Jesusí birth, is intended as a message to the regionís oft-persecuted Christian minority.

ďItís been a very difficult series of challenges for Christian communities in the region,Ē White House Deputy National Security Adviser for Strategic Communication Ben Rhodes said Thursday on a conference call with reporters.

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It is especially useful in the collection of wealth and consolidation of power.
Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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Yes, there is that too.
Religion is the perfect scam: it purports an imaginary "problem", called "sin".
And claims to have the equally imaginary "cure", called "salvation".
How... very... convenient.
And nobody can question it, either,'cause all the "consequences" allegedly take place after you die.
A perfect setup for the shills; PT Barnum would've understood.

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Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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Well, yes-- he's foolish alright.
I've actually seen the short video where he praises a banana as somehow "proof" of his silly god's work.
All the while ignoring the coconut, or an avocado... or even the potato, which at one time was considered about the only single-source food item which provides a lot of the nutrients a human needed to get by on.
You'd think that he'd have mentioned the potato... it's a better argument for "design" than ever the banana was.
But I digress.
:D
The funniest thing about that video is that he is talking about the present day bannana. The bannana he is referencing has been improved and modified by science, and bears little resembalance to what a banana would have loked like even a hundred years ago!

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The funniest thing about that video is that he is talking about the present day bannana. The bannana he is referencing has been improved and modified by science, and bears little resembalance to what a banana would have loked like even a hundred years ago!
Oh, certainly! The modern banana has evolved through quite a few changes, due to human interference.

Without evolution? That would be impossible...

... too funny, really.
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Bob of Quantum-Faith wrote:
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Oh, certainly! The modern banana has evolved through quite a few changes, due to human interference.
Without evolution? That would be impossible...
... too funny, really.
You fat wad of butt-vomit, go and lick a dead dogs arse till it barks (Thinking will supply you...) you worthless brain dead crapclown
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You're a mess.
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You fat wad of butt-vomit, go and lick a dead dogs arse till it barks (Thinking will supply you...) you worthless brain dead crapclown

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Siro wrote:
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You fat wad of butt-vomit, go and lick a dead dogs arse till it barks (Thinking will supply you...) you worthless brain dead crapclown
I see the love of Jesus, and his eternal peace is strong in you. LOL!!!!
You are proof of the ineffetual nature of religion. Thank-you.

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