Comfort was a platform speaker at the American Atheists Inc.Convention and, along with Cameron, debated atheists on ABC's “Nightline.” He is the author of more than 60 books, including The Evidence Bible (a Gold Medallion Award finalist), God Doesn't Believe in Atheists, and The Way of the Master.
states that LWM had a $3,476,215 revenue and $3,390,970 expenses.
It lists Ray Comfort as having $128,200 compensation, Emeal Zwayne (Comfort's son-in-law) as $129,018, and Daniel Comfort as $109,163.
In the past and possibly the present, other family members received some money, but less than $100,000.
1949), also known as Banana Man, is a Protestant Christian author, video producer, street preacher, and liar for Jesus.
Comfort is a young Earth creationist and opposes evolution.
His arguments for a young Earth are entirely unfounded in science, demonstrate basic misunderstandings of both evolution and science in general, and often aren't even based on reality.
For example, he is well known for his banana argument, which claims that the banana is so perfect that it must have been intelligently designed in nature, despite the fact that the banana is a product of human artificial selection. Comfort frequently attacks atheism, humanism, and the lack of God-worship as the sources of modern sins, such as homosexuality and school shootings.
He frequently discusses supposedly iron-clad proofs of God (which generally rely on "common sense" and Pascal's Wager) and methods of evangelism (which generally rely on spamming out a list of pre-written loaded questions).
He has written dozens of books and Gospel tracts on these subjects through his Way of the Master Comfort moved his family from Christchurch, New Zealand to Southern California in 1989 to begin his Way of the Master ministry.