As I was chatting with Living Waters Publications' Executive Assistant Manager and Producer of "On the Box with Ray Comfort" Allen Atzbi, as well as their Social Media Director Shane Martin, they shared some interesting comments they received from evolutionists. I thought it appropriate to title this article with something Shane said, "evolutionists prove to be very violent". After reading some of their comments (below) I'm sure you'll agree.
Since it's inital release (mentioned in my last article), Ray Comfort's "Evolution vs. God" has garnered thousands of hateful, demeaning and even violent comments from evolutionists. In spite of such unevolved expressions of opposition, the initial release received such a huge response, Living Waters Publications' server crashed momentarily due to the mass influx of downloads.
At 12:01 a.m. (EST), August 7, 2013, "Evolution vs. God" was released for free on YouTube. Within the first 12 hours, it was viewed more than 11,000 times, with the majority happening during the wee hours of the night. The Evolution vs. God Facebook page has more than 30,000 likes and more than 5,000 people "talking about this". On their Google Plus page, they've acquired more than 1,100 followers and 220 followers on Twitter with numerous commendations from well-known, trusted and well-educated men and women from across the globe.
"Evolution vs. God" has been translated into 11 languages: Albanian, Czech, English, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Romanian and Slovenian. To access these language options see the photo below.
There are more than 2,200 comments already posted on the YouTube site, as this movie continues to encourage the intelligent and infuriate evolutionists who are hypocritically angry with the teachings of a God they claim does not exist.
Here's a small collection of interesting comments from evolutionists:
Bjorn Sodergren: "If this guy asked me one of his questions, and he interrupted me like he's doing to these people, i would punch him in the eye and stab him in the face with a pen. His whole premise is complete hypocrisy. He keeps inferring that you need faith to believe in evolution and therefore it's false, since it doesn't 'match up' with scientific observation. There is plenty of evidence that supports evolution. Yet, there is absolutely 0 evidence for God or any God."
Ben Fitzpatrick: “Cowards like you should just stop breathing and let us normal people move on with life. The world will become a better place once we're rid of philistines such as yourself Mr. Comfort. Know that when you die I will sleep easier, because your destructive opinions will die with you, coward.”
Simon Jacks: "Sorry forgot the ad hominem... you witless ***** moron"
KalimaShaktide: "I can t watch this... it feels like being asked a question by someone who is not going to understand the response and trying to think of how to dumb things down to a 5 year old level. Ray keeps talking about "kinds" when biology talks about "species"...I can t watch this as it makes me want to slap him silly"
Dan Murphy: "Ray Comfort....you've gone full retard."
Have you noticed that atheists and/or evolutionists never hurl insults or vehemently oppose the Easter Bunny at parades or in shopping centers? Or how about the same for Santa Claus? It's a rather strange and immature way to behave towards those who believe and teach something that opposes your view—if you truly believe the opposing view is preposterous. Why be so offended by something you're sure does not exist...unless of course, you believe it does, yet you allow your foolish pride to set the course for your life rather than wisely humble yourself to the truth.
Interestingly, these barbaric outburst of violence mainly come from evolutionists towards creationists. Evolutionists, that is, those who believe we've all evolved from some mystical primordial ooze from the cosmos that no one created, seem to often express themselves ironically, in a rather devolved manner. Whereas creationists tend to take the higher road and respond to opposition with grace and intercessory prayer, all from the love of God. Yet these evolutionists assert those who've been enlightened with the truth of the Gospel of Jesus Christ are the ones who are considered "in the dark" and small-minded. Very peculiar.
I'm not saying that all Christians behave as we ought, but I am saying that most who are truly converted do act and speak as if they are indwelt with the Holy Spirit who sanctifies us with God's Word and empowers us to live above disparaging behavior towards others ( 1 Peter 1:14-16, 2 Peter 1:3-9, John 17:17). We've not yet been perfected, but on that glorious Day when we see Christ in His full glory, we will be made perfect, and will have to answer for every careless word we've spoken (Matt 12:36, Rom 14:12, 2 Cor 5:9-10). So don't worry atheists, we will be held accountable for any lack of God's grace we display.
Below is a gracious quote from Ray Comfort in response to atheists' erroneous claims regarding the interviews he conducted in "Evolution vs. God", as well as a couple of loving and truthful responses to professing "Christians" who don't believe God created everything.
"Atheists maintain that the word “kind” which is used a number of times in 'Evolution vs. God' is not the language of science. However, according to biology-online.org 'kind' is defined as, 'Race; genus; species; generic class; as, in mankind or humankind.' On hearing the words 'There’s the feline kind—cats and tigers, the canine kind—dogs and coyotes, and there’s human kind' Professor PZ Myers verbally affirmed it and nodded in agreement. Professor Peter Nonacs (UCLA) responded 'When you are talking about ‘kinds’ or changes in families, you are actually talking about macro evolution. You are talking about changes on the level that separate cats from dogs.' Professor Craig Stanford (USC) answered, 'When you say a change of ‘kinds’ you mean the evolution of one species from another or to another…' Don’t let desperate atheists distract you. Watch the movie: www.EvolutionVsGod.com"
"To say, 'I'm a Christian and I accept evolution,' is to say "I'm a believer in Jesus Christ and when He said, ‘In the beginning God made them male and female,’ I think He was lying."
"The professing Christian who believes in evolution is like an atheist who believes in God."
Founder and CEO of Living Waters Publications
My prayer for this movie and all who watch, is that God's name will be extolled as it ought and that God will open ears so many can hear, and open eyes so many can perceive the truth of His Gospel, and receive the free gift of His saving grace through repentance and faith in His one and only Son, Jesus Christ the Lord.
To God alone be the glory!