An unlikely film was selected as an official entry for the Raw Science Film Festival that features TV evangelist and author Ray Comfort engaging atheists on their beliefs, while trying—with varying levels of success—to convince them the existence of the divine.
Comfort said in a press release that he was honored to have his documentary film in the festival, stating ““To be recognized for our scientific approach and proofs of what is normally dismissed as simple religion is humbling. In the argument of religion versus science, we hope to show people that it’s not either/or, but that science supports the existence of the Creator, and our creator is the very author of science.”
The film festival “honors films on science and technology worldwide.” It’s partners include the USC Institute for Creative Technologies, The Science & Entertainment Exchange, and The Exploratorium.
Comfort’s film, “The Atheist Delusion: Why Millions Deny the Obvious,” asks some hard questions and is available publicly on YouTube. According to its description, “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.”