Dec 28, 2014: One Place: Living Waters University with Kirk Cameron & Ray Comfort
Episode 10 from Season 1 - Watch this Biblical teaching presented by Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort.
July 3, 2014: The Dove: How Ray Comfort found Jesus
Ray Comfort, founder, president, and CEO of Living Waters Publications and author of Einstein, God & the Bible, explores the life and beliefs of the world’s most iconic man of science.
May 25, 2014: Light Source: The Way of The Master
Episode 9 from Season 1 - Watch this. Biblical teaching presented by Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort. From the award winning TV program,
May 7, 2013: Youtube: Ray Comfort Is Satan
God tells Gabriel his plan to create an evil being that can take the blame for bad shit, and a guest from the Southern Hemisphere arrives.
Mar 2, 2014: Christian Post: Christian Filmmaker Ray Comfort Blasts Hollywood's 'Noah' Movie; Will Release His Own Film on Noah
Oscar-winning actor Russell Crowe has urged Pope Francis to watch his biblical epic "Noah," but Christian evangelist and award-winning filmmaker Ray Comfort says the "sensational" film cannot be called a "biblical adventure." Comfort has produced his own version of "Noah."
Aug 20, 2013: Friendly Atheist: An Interview with Creationist, Filmmaker, and Banana-Enthusiast Ray Comfort
Nearly four years ago, I interviewed him for this website and he was gracious enough to answer all the questions I asked.
Dec 18, 2012: Notes From a Retired Preacher: Berean Call Promoting – Not Only Calvinism But Now – The Terrible Lordship “Salvation” of Ray Comfort!
We have mentioned here at ExPreacherMan.com how Dave Hunt’s ministry, The Berean Call has been compromised by promoting and favorably quoting Calvinists and Arminians in their weekly newsletters.
According to Comfort, he left high school at 17, worked in a bank, and began a successful business when he was 20; he says he converted to Christianity on 25 April 1972, when he was 22. He then began seven years training at a local church, after which he was ordained as a full-time pastor. Comfort then spent three and a half years pastoring in Christchurch, New Zealand, and 12 years preaching open-air in the city's Speaker's Corner. He has no formal training nor theological degree. In his mid-20s, he began receiving invitations to speak internationally. In 1989, he accepted an invitation to join the pastoral staff at the non-denominational Calvary Chapel in Southern California. Comfort identifies himself as a Jew