Feature Film: The Atheist Delusion

Ken Ham recently premiered Ray Comfort’s The Atheist Delusion at the Ark Encounter. The producers of this 2016 film summarized:

Having to prove the existence of God to an atheist is like having to prove the existence of the sun at noon on a clear day. Yet millions are embracing the foolishness of atheism. The Atheist Delusion pulls back the curtain and reveals what is going on in the mind of those who deny the obvious. It introduces you to a number of atheists who you will follow as they go where the evidence leads, find a roadblock, and enter into a place of honesty that is rarely seen on film.

Ken Ham said after the screening:

I introduced the film by talking about our Ark, which is the largest timber-frame structure in the world. In many ways we built the Ark for the same reason that Ray and his team made The Atheist Delusion: to teach apologetics to people who don’t know how to defend the Word of God and to share the gospel with skeptics and unbelievers.

Voted Best Science Film at the 2016 International Christian Film Festival, the movie runs about 62 minutes so plan to schedule an hour when you can sit and watch. (The HD video is stunning.)

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One thought on “Feature Film: The Atheist Delusion

  1. Thanks for posting this film. It’s a great evangelism tool. I was waiting for it to be available on Youtube, then it slipped my mind, so I’m thankful you jogged my memory. I read some of the negative comments by people who are very busy rejecting the truth, but there will always be those to do not respond to the gospel. What I thought was interesting is the argumentative attitudes of the naysayers. And yet Ray Comfort himself says in the video that he wasn’t trying to argue, only to reason and get these individuals to think about some of their presuppositions. And at the end of the film were posted verses from the Bible that affirm the fact that some people will simply close their minds to the light because they love the darkness.

    I noticed the same argumentative spirit In a negative review of this movie which I also saw on Youtube. The reviewer used a clip of the same physicist we saw interviewed in this film to explain why the word “nothing” doesn’t really mean nothing in science, and that the notion that nothing is the absence of anything is just the product of the uniformed Iron-age authors of the Bible. Do you think maybe he missed the entire point of the message of the movie?

    Aside from the earth-shattering evidence we now have that DNA contains so much complex information that is maintained in language form, that it can only have been designed, Romans 1:20 has been telling us for 2,000 years that evidence of the reality of God has been clearly shown since the creation. Atheists may very well be simply defined as those who do not believe God is real. But in the same breath it must be added that they also are liars, because they keep making a fuss that there is no evidence for his existence — evidence that they simply refuse to acknowledge.

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