GUEST: Ray Comfort, film producer, Living Waters

No one wants to be considered a fool; rather, most everyone desires to be esteemed and respected.

But this won’t be the case for those who follow Jesus.  The Bible says, “the word of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing” (1 Corinthians 1:18).  In other words, no matter how educated or how winsome or how accomplished a Christian is, the non-believing world will still view the Christian as a fool.

Our guest this weekend on The Christian Worldview, evangelist and apologist Ray Comfort, has experienced this first-hand.  In his latest film titled The Fool, Ray shows how his use of a banana analogy to show God’s design led to him becoming a laughingstock to atheists.  But it also led to unexpected opportunities for the gospel.

In addition to exhorting Christians to embrace being a “fool for Christ’s sake,” Ray will also answer some current topics regarding social justice, President Trump, and division in America.

Don’t miss hearing from Ray Comfort, one of the best evangelists and apologists of our day.

The following TCW Short Takes are bite-size audio clips of the most newsworthy content from the latest broadcast of The Christian Worldview.  You are welcome to use or share providing attribution to this website.

Short Take #1 - After years of sharing the gospel on the streets, how have culture and people changed?
Short Take #4 - Why is America so divided and how can there be more unity?
Short Take #2 - What about the trendy methods the church uses to attract people?
Short Take #5 - What does Evangelical leader Comfort think about Pres. Trump?
Short Take #3 - How can Christians stand fast in a culture that increasingly marginalizes them?
Short Take #6 - Is “social justice a gospel issue”?