Ray Comfort

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Ray Comfort is that Australian guy from [[The Way of the Master]] who looks like the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soup_Nazi Soup Nazi].
 
Ray Comfort is that Australian guy from [[The Way of the Master]] who looks like the [http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Soup_Nazi Soup Nazi].
  
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But all joking aside, Ray Comfort is a Christian Apologist who co-hosts [[The Way of the Master]] radio show.
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==His Favorite Arguments==
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Ray comfort has appeard on many a freethinking radio show, with a couple of arguments in common.
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===[[The Watchmaker Argument]]===
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He will usually be heard to say something along the lines of "If I see a watch it must have been made by a watchmaker, loaf of bread by a baker, a buidling by an engineer, a creation by a creator."
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See [[The Watchmaker Argument]] for more details.
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===[[Banana argument|The Banana Argument]]===
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Untill recently, the [[Banana argument]] was, according to Comfort, "the Athiest's Worst Nightmare".  However, he conceded the argument on the [[Hellbound Alleee]] show.
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===[[Are You a Good person?]]===
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This argument uses the [[Appeal to Emotion]].
 
[[Category:Christian apologists]]
 
[[Category:Christian apologists]]

Revision as of 19:50, 31 July 2006

Ray Comfort
File:Soupnazi.jpg
Not Ray Comfort

Ray Comfort is that Australian guy from The Way of the Master who looks like the Soup Nazi.

But all joking aside, Ray Comfort is a Christian Apologist who co-hosts The Way of the Master radio show.

Contents

His Favorite Arguments

Ray comfort has appeard on many a freethinking radio show, with a couple of arguments in common.

The Watchmaker Argument

He will usually be heard to say something along the lines of "If I see a watch it must have been made by a watchmaker, loaf of bread by a baker, a buidling by an engineer, a creation by a creator."

See The Watchmaker Argument for more details.

The Banana Argument

Untill recently, the Banana argument was, according to Comfort, "the Athiest's Worst Nightmare". However, he conceded the argument on the Hellbound Alleee show.

Are You a Good person?

This argument uses the Appeal to Emotion.

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