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Some reviews on Ray Comfort's "180"


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This is great, he's posted up a bunch of reviews for his upcoming film. The premise is that pro choice people all do a 180 degree turn on their stance on abortion as soon as they hear Ray's schpiel. Here's the quotes:

Here are just some of the endorsements from those who have seen the whole video:

"Brilliant and powerful." Joseph Farah - CEO WND.com

"Life-changing!" Jim Bob & Michelle Duggar - TLC's 19 Kids & Counting

"Mind-blowing and unforgettable!" Randy Alcorn

"Brilliant..." Kay Arthur

"Riveting!" Joni Eareckson Tada

"I am absolutely in awe at this!" Janet Parshall

"This was a riveting presentation of historical precedent and logical deductions..." John Reynolds - Co-Founder SoldiersBibleMinistry.org

"180 is brilliant! You can't help but be moved by it." Howard Conder - co-founder and host, Revelation TV

"180 is the most gripping video I've seen this year." Penny Young Nance - President, Concerned Women for America

"Very powerful...It will change lives." Larry Gatlin - American country music singer/songwriter

"'180' is the most powerful production of its kind that I have ever seen." Allan Parker - President, The Justice Foundation

"Amazing...really powerful and inescapably compelling logic." Dr. Carl Moeller - President/CEO, Open Doors USA

"A life-changing message that will impact the nation." Bill Gothard

"Incredible. It'll blow you away!" Jill Stanek

"With one question, Ray Comfort shows how you can change minds, save lives, and awaken the conscience of a nation. Why hasn't anyone thought of this until now?" Dr. Frank Turek - Founder & President of CrossExamined.org

"Powerful, disturbing...'180' is our wake up call." Francine Rivers - author of The Atonement Child

"Absolutely amazing!" Abby Johnson - author of Unplanned

“Totally incredible!†Skip Heitzig - Pastor, Calvary of Albuquerque

"Truly revolutionary and inspiring!" K.P. Yohannan

"Ray Comfort's bracing questions cut like a laser through all the mind-numbing...compelling those he interviews to grapple with life, death, and eternity." Dr. Kenyn M. Cureton - Vice President for Church Ministries, Family Research Council, Washington, DC

"As one who was scheduled to be aborted, this astounding video struck me at my core that this is needed more now than ever. It is more than powerful...it is a vehicle of God's voice to this generation, and must be seen!" Ron DiCianni

"Paradigm Shattering! A most powerful message that will change and

save lives!" Johnny Berguson - Pres. Kingdom, Inc.

"You don't view this video. You experience it!" Garry T. Ansdell

"After viewing 180 last night one couple wanted to invest in a couple of thousand copies, and give them away in the surrounding neighborhoods near our church." Trisha R. (TX)

"Leaves you utterly speechless! 180 is going to change the direction of the nation." Stacy L. Massey - president, Abortion Recovery International

"Riveting, shocking, jaw-dropping!" Allen Atzbi

Seems all the reviewers are Xians. So where's the 180 Ray?

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Given the nature of the reviewers I can only say "consider the source".

I agree. One of the reviewers Francine Rivers is well known in some pro-life circles because her book The Atonement Child is about woman who becomes pregnant after being raped. A friend of mine grew up in a Evangelical Lutheran family. She has left the ELC and attends an Episcopalian church, but the rest of her family remains in it and one of her sisters is often pushing Christian books on her and my friend mentioned this book once and she said it was an awful book and that it gets sold a lot of pro-life rallies or other similar conventions.

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I agree. One of the reviewers Francine Rivers is well known in some pro-life circles because her book The Atonement Child is about woman who becomes pregnant after being raped. A friend of mine grew up in a Evangelical Lutheran family. She has left the ELC and attends an Episcopalian church, but the rest of her family remains in it and one of her sisters is often pushing Christian books on her and my friend mentioned this book once and she said it was an awful book and that it gets sold a lot of pro-life rallies or other similar conventions.

Oy. That book was several hours I'd like back. That one and "The Shofar Blew." "Redeeming Love" was not nearly that bad, at least there was a little character development in it.

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Oy. That book was several hours I'd like back. That one and "The Shofar Blew." "Redeeming Love" was not nearly that bad, at least there was a little character development in it.

My friend regretted reading that book and after that she avoided some of the books her sister was lending her to read. My friend doesn't really like Christian novels but she often takes books that her sister offers just to appease her sister and her family. I don't think my friend has read any of Rivers' other books, but I'll ask.

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I can't wait for Comfort's follow-up, 360.

Brilliant! "Absolutely everyone who watched this film left with precisely the same opinion that they started with."

The only problem is that 360 is therefore an appropriate subtitle for everything Ray Comfort has produced...

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I agree. One of the reviewers Francine Rivers is well known in some pro-life circles because her book The Atonement Child is about woman who becomes pregnant after being raped. A friend of mine grew up in a Evangelical Lutheran family. She has left the ELC and attends an Episcopalian church, but the rest of her family remains in it and one of her sisters is often pushing Christian books on her and my friend mentioned this book once and she said it was an awful book and that it gets sold a lot of pro-life rallies or other similar conventions.

Rivers' trilogy about the gladiator and _Redeeming Love_ were the closest to the trashy romances I love that you can find in Christian romance. But The Atonement Child is pretty didactic.

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"This was a riveting presentation of historical precedent and logical deductions..." John Reynolds - Co-Founder SoldiersBibleMinistry.org

This one makes me suspect that if anyone with critical thinking skills watched this, their response would be "How in the HECK did they come up with that? It makes no sense!"

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