Refutation of Ray Comfort’s “The School of Biblical Evangelism” (Part 5)

Lesson 61: Scientific Facts in the Bible Part 1 Kirk’s comment: The evidence for the existence of God is truly overwhelming — something of which many people are completely unaware. The laws of natural science, archeology, astronomy, biology, and prophecy all point to an infinitely intelligent Creator, as the next few lessons show. None of the statements Kirk made in […]

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Refutation of Ray Comfort’s “The School of Biblical Evangelism” (Part 4)

Lesson 56: Contradictions in the Bible Kirk’s Comment: Many of us are intimidated about witnessing because we’re afraid someone will point out an error in the Bible that we can’t explain. Are there contradictions in the Bible, or do they just seem like contradictions? We’ll look at a few of these together. The only thing that is intimidating is the […]

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Refutation of Ray Comfort’s “The School of Biblical Evangelism” (Part 3)

Lesson 53: The Bible Part 2 Kirk’s Comment: The Bible is our authority on God’s will. It is very important to know why we can trust it. It is also inevitable that a true seeker will ask you to answer some questions about the Bible. This is what a dogmatic position looks like: “Bhagitavita is complete. Vedic knowledge is infallible. […]

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Refutation of Ray Comfort’s “The School of Biblical Evangelism” (Part 1)

 The School of Biblical Evangelism is a book authored by Ray Comfort, published in 2004. Well Mr. Banana-Man Comfort, it seems that you’ve been polluting society again by peddling your distinctive brand of deliberate misinformation and downright dishonesty. So once again I’ve taken it upon myself to correct your lies and expose you for the half-wit vile serial liar you […]

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Refutation of “Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups” – FINAL REPORT CARD

That was quite a drag, reading misquotes after misquotes, sprinkled with the smelly manure of creationist lies and propaganda. After all this, lets calculate how much crap is in this book. For starters, throughout the 101 “Questions” of this book, Comfort provides a total of 272 quotes (some of which have no sources provided to verify their validity).   Fallacy […]

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Refutation of “Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups” – A Vestigial Chapter: Evolution and Morality

Here we have come to the end of the book, where Ray Comfort moves from away from is parade of quote mines and lies about science, now he has moved onto play the Morality Card. Let’s dive in. A Vestigial Chapter: Evolution and Morality Comfort begins by sharing that the magazine Time attempted to explain the mystery of evil. The […]

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Refutation of “Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups” – Questions 91 – 101

  Question 91 True or False question: The fact that the DNA in chimps and in humans is 96 percent similar proves that they have a common ancestor? Comfort answers “False.” He then adds a quote “The DNA in bananas is 50 percent similar to human DNA, but no one would speculate that we are ‘half-bananas.’ Although the field of […]

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Refutation of “Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups” – Questions 81 – 90

  Question 81 What is the name of the amateur geologist who  discovered what was thought to be “the evolutionary find of the century” in a gravel pit near the town of Piltdown, England? Comfort answers “Charles Dawson.” (Source: NOVA, “The Boldest Hoax,” www.pbs.org/wgbh/nova/hoax) Does not damage evolutionary theory   In-Depth Comment “For decades, a fossil skull discovered in Piltdown, […]

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Refutation of “Evolution: A Fairy Tale for Grownups” – Questions 71 – 80

Question 71 Fill in the blank question: Malcom Muggeridge, British philosopher, wrote, “I myself am convinced that the theory of evolution, especially the extent to which it has been applied, will be one of the _________.” Comfort answers “the great jokes in the history books of the future.” (Source: Pascal Lectures, University of Waterloo Research, The Advocate, March 8, 1984, […]

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