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"Been there and done that Lori. I grew up in church and spent most of my life as a believer." Tom Dub

So you knew the Lord Tom? Here's your predictable answer:

"I THOUGHT I did." Am I wrong?

So you didn't know the Lord. Like millions of other false converts that fill the Church, you faked it. Jesus called such "believers" "Goats among the sheep," and warned that hypocrites will be sorted out on Judgment Day.

Here's another guess as to your experience. As you grew up, you noticed that girls were a better shape than Noah's ark.

Predictable answer:

"No. I preferred science to God." Am I wrong?

Ray Comfort, Atheist Central 31 Comments [7/6/2016 3:09:14 AM]
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are you attracted to the ark, Ray?
that is weird fetish.

7/6/2016 3:21:43 AM


Ugh, the "you weren't really a christian", the "you didn't feel the "spirit" of the lard" defense.

Tiresome and predictable.

Remember folks, you didn't really believe in Santa when you were ignorant and misled. All those times you were giddy with emotion and so excited you couldn't sleep? You were faking it. And when you got old enough to be really interested in automobiles in an adult way, those matchbox cars just didn't do it for you anymore and you lusted after them. That's why you quit believing in Santa. So you could fiddle with gas pedals.

7/6/2016 4:07:26 AM



And, with that thought, another Chuck Tingle novel was born.

7/6/2016 4:08:50 AM


I still maintain that we should graft a virulent sarcoma to those morons and see how their religion and faith serves them compared to modern science.

7/6/2016 4:24:12 AM

Mister Spak

""No. I preferred science to God." Am I wrong?"

You are not only wrong, usually you're not even wrong.

And if you'd paid a little more attention to science you wouldn't have done that banana fiasco.

7/6/2016 4:51:42 AM

Ray, you're not only an idiot (and that's a hell of a euphemism here), but you're also a smug condescending jerk.

Keep going! It'll only push more people away from your religion.

"As you grew up, you noticed that girls were a better shape than Noah's ark."

Who are you to talk, since you like the phallic shape of the banana so much over either of those two?

And I'll have you know that I'm not ashamed I like a good, curvaceous hourglass figure over an old boat's figure anytime when it comes to my sexual preferences. Of course, I am a bit of a weirdo.

7/6/2016 5:04:04 AM


I wonder how many of the people you rely on for spiritual advice are not "real Christians," meaning they'll eventually leave. How do you spot them?

7/6/2016 5:17:27 AM


More likely, they just got sick of people like you, it's not like we haven't seen plenty of "good Christian men" cheating on their wives or worse.

That and an increasingly common complexity fetish that "goddidit" can't feed are killing the church, if it were sex the church would never have existed in the first place.

7/6/2016 6:16:55 AM

Dr. Razark

"As you grew up, you noticed that girls were a better shape than Noah's ark."

What the fuck must your childhood have been like for you to ever utter such a sentence?

7/6/2016 6:21:08 AM

Rob aka Mediancat

"Preferred science to God." Note the implication there, that God is a legitimate choice.

7/6/2016 6:45:45 AM


"No. I preferred science to God." Am I wrong?

Yes, and you suck ass at understanding other peoples' motivations.

7/6/2016 7:03:19 AM


Your predictable answer? "No true scotsman". There's a nice symmetrical argument in this post, or maybe I just noticed because I'm a SCIENTIST, d'ya think so, Ray?

7/6/2016 7:12:44 AM


When I was a believer, I didn't think that there was a conflict between God and science.

And I'm not a believer because of people like you. Seeing the lying, the judging, the hypocrisy.

7/6/2016 7:35:50 AM


"Am I wrong?"

Unless your 'God' is Morgan Freeman...:

...you are, Ray Cumfart.


@Philbert MacAdamia

"So you knew the Lord Tom?

Who in hell is Lord Tom? Jebus' brother?"

Lord Tom is Maud's 'Rock'. Speaking of which...:

...Maud loves her a piece of The Rock. /)^3^(\

7/6/2016 7:41:05 AM

Philbert MacAdamia

So you knew the Lord Tom?

Who in hell is Lord Tom? Jebus' brother?

...noticed that girls were a better shape than Noah's ark.

Well, whenever I would wank...

7/6/2016 8:04:55 AM



To be fair, a new Chuck Tingle novel is born every time Chuck sees a random object.

7/6/2016 8:45:44 AM


The Lord Tom is Lord Jim's brother. Instead of going bamboo and being worshiped by gorgeous native girls, he became an accountant.

7/6/2016 9:44:54 AM

Admiral Nopants

And so Ray demonstrates that he very much knows the truth about people's experiences but prefers his own reality in which hundreds of millions of people knowingly played pretend for decades for no discernable reason.

7/6/2016 10:03:33 AM

Pink Jackboots

"I prefer Bananas to God."

--Ray Comfort

7/6/2016 10:08:11 AM

Pharaoh Bastethotep

"Here's another guess as to your experience. As you grew up, you noticed that girls were a better shape than Noah's ark.

Predictable answer:

"No. I preferred science to God." Am I wrong?"
No. You are not even wrong.
Women can be valuable allies, with sex being a good tool for bonding, and a man needs to have sex with a woman to produce children. Ships are inanimate and thus neither care about humans or sex (or anything at all), nor can they mate with humans (or other living things). Thus, evolution favours men who are sexually attracted to female humans over those who are sexually attracted towards ships.
Also, I do not think that humans have that beautiful a shape - or at least, I see attractiveness as being something very different from normal aesthetical beauty.

7/6/2016 10:10:54 AM


I wish there was a way to record Comfort's thoughts. They must be incredibly frightening.

Oh yeah. Fuck you New Zealand. This is your last warning. If you don't take him back it's WAR!!

Not fair that you get Hobbiton and we get Ray Comfort.

7/6/2016 10:28:21 AM


As always Ray you're wrong and science has made our lives better

7/6/2016 10:38:55 AM


No, I left the church because of assholes like you.

Nice try trying to read minds, though

7/6/2016 2:49:33 PM

Old Viking

I was once attracted to an oddly shaped rowboat.

7/6/2016 3:09:23 PM


Ray doesn't believe it either.

The one true test is actual Biblical knowledge as in: If you thought it was the word of your God, if you really thought it had the ultimate truths then you would read, reread and study it. Rays been caught several times with his dismal knowledge of actual scripture, like all fundamentalists, like Jerry and His4Life they've hardly looked at it. Their entire act and preacher deliveries are dogmatic apologetics pieced badly from the Bible but mostly from other preachers and apologetics books and pamphlets.

There are NO fundamentalist Biblical Scholars or Theologians, there are only myth twisters and influence peddlers in the Revelation movement.

Don't Christians like girls Ray? You know, every so often you say shit so pointlessly and unrelatedly stupid one has to wonder about you. Is it that fundie thing that makes them use some of the more vague Biblical verses because they think it must be deep if it doesn't make sense? I think that's it, a local church in Owen Sound has missed the mark for months with such WTF verses.

7/6/2016 3:26:25 PM

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