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Ray Comfort claims he wants to save atheists from hell. However, his actions and words would suggest otherwise. He markets to his target audience of fundamentalist Christians via social media by using divisive, tribalistic and utterly deceptive propaganda pitching atheists (and 'evolutionists') as immoral, foolish and insane. His then sits back and watches while atheists (or even kind Christians) try to defend themselves against his tribe of loyal followers who seem intent on labelling anyone who believes differently, demonic or satanic. If Ray Comfort were to use the same language he directs towards atheists, towards a religious group, he would be indicted for hate speech. If Ray Comfort was trying to save people from hell, he would not be inciting hatred.

This group did not spend one cent of his earnings last year on charity. His books and videos seem to be produced with the sole intention of making money and publicity for his ministry.

Ray does not understand the first thing about science but yet continuously lies about it to substantiate his claim that evolution is not science.

This group is headed by a man who claims
'‘I hate wars and religion and all the stuff that comes with it’
‘Religion, oh. It’s horrible’
and yet is quite happy to sit back and reap the tax benefits of being classed as a religious organisation.

This group is a slick, marketing campaign with no moral fibre.

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