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Battle for the Lost is the title of the first episode from season three of The Way of the Master.

In this episode, Ray and Kirk take a militant evangelical approach, similar to Jesus Camp and Teen Mania. Since the episode synopsis is not included, the time will not be recorded. Please bear in mind, each piece is in order.

The Intro to this program shows Ray and Kirk asking several questions in line with the are you a good person? routine.

Episode Walkthrough

The scene shows Ray an Kirk kicking back on chairs, enjoying the sunlight and a cool drink. They compliment the Christian life and it does provide health, wealth, happiness and then Heaven. They say that the Christian life is about prosperity, pleasure, comfort, luxurious living, and such. Suddenly, tanks and soldiers storm through, sending Ray and Kirk running. After nearly getting blown up, Ray and Kirk hit the dirt and says "Luxurious living? No its not! The Bible says we are to battle and seek and save that which is lost."

Is this a move for sympathy? Anyone familiar with Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron work would not give them sympathy in the slightest. Ray may call this a battle, but in reality it is just a campaign for the people to come to his church and follow his worldview.

  • Kirk "God offers everlasting life to humanity. And the world does not believe it. It rushes to Hell as it were Heaven, and it rejects Heaven as if it was Hell itself."

There is a reason why the world does not believe it: THERE IS NO EVIDENCE FOR IT. This is the obvious fact that Christians ignore, because to them they do not need evidence, just faith. If there was evidence for Heaven or Hell, theists would be marching down the streets everywhere waving it around like banners in the faces of non-believers, but the don't. Why? Because there is not a shred of evidence for an afterlife anywhere. Thus making, Kirk and Rays notions and claims about Heaven are completely baseless.

What Do You Believe Happens When Someone Dies?

Kirk and Ray go around asking people the above question. The first person says that in reality death does not exist, but the camera cuts him off before he can explain. Some do not believe Hell exists, most believe Hell is life on earth. The camera does return back to the first person, who says Hell and the Devil is a lie, but again he is cut off. The rest do not fear going to Hell, some expect to go there and do not seem worried one bit.

While the first person makes an interesting point about death, and we would have loved to hear his reasons, but he is accurate about Hell and the devil: they are both lies. People should not fear Hell, since it is an imaginary place and has no evidence for it anymore than Davy Jones' Locker does. In fact, the Christian Hell is a recycled concept of the Greek Tartarus[1]. Hypothetically, if there was such a place as Hell, then people will be reunited with their friends and some of the world's most important people. As comedian Jim Jefferies once joked [2] "If you have been bad you go to Hell. You've cheated, stolen, you've been a prick your entire life.... why would the devil punish you? You are one of his boys! He is going to dig you!"

This Is What The Bible Says

After many reviews of Way of the Master programs and debates, what Ray and Kirk like to say is in the Bible is rarely accurate. Ray and Kirk believe that salvation is by faith and grace alone, while ignoring dozens of Bible verses saying salvation is made though works such as baptism, circumcision, and such. There are other Christian views that Ray and Kirk do not agree with, such as the Calvinist worldview of predeterminism. If God is omniscient, then he already knows where you will end up in the afterlife ages before your parents even met each other for the first time.

Interview with James White, a Christian minister and a young earth creationist. James says that the Bible says that God is just and there will be punishment of sin.

Only in White's imagination will there be punishment after death for his narrow version of the concept of sin.

After screen shots of the faces previously shown in the last chapter, who they imply is doomed to Hell, the scene switches to Kirk and Ray in old U.S. army camouflage uniforms, and gearing up with armor and helmets.

  • Kirk "If you joined the army the first thing they do is strip you of all your worldly possessions. They cut off your hair, they take away your cellphones, they do not want you distracted by the non-essentials of this world. They want to take away your dependence and your comfort and disciple you. So when they tell you to do something, you'll do it. The church is an army that should be training it's soldiers, but shockingly it is not doing that."

This is not entirely accurate. When you join the army, you are not separated entirely. You can still communicate with the outer world through computer and letters. The church does not train people, just look at Jesus Camp and Teen Mania. In Teen Mania, you have teens (called "interns") being dressed like soldiers in camo; leadership structure of sergeant, lt., general, commander, etc; the interns answer with "Sir, yes sir!"; the interns ring a bell to quit, Navy Seals style; they perform military exercises; eat cat food (yes cat food); sleep deprivation; crawling through the mud; rolling down a hill until you vomit - all done in the name of Jesus.

  • Ray "The Bible is unfathomably filled with references to warfare. It is God who teaches my hands to war... Fight the good fight of faith, and our battle is for the souls of men and women, see them set free from the hands of the enemy."

Filled with references to warfare? Doesn't that send up a red flag. Did Jesus say "love thy neighbor" and "judge not"? He did, but the Bible is full of contradictions, he also said "Why does thou think I have come to send peace. I have not come to send peace, but a sword. For I am come to set a man at variance against his father, and the daughter against her mother, and the daughter in law against her mother in law. And a man's foes shall be they of his own household. He that loves his father or mother more than me is not worthy of me: and he that loves their son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me." -Matthew 10:34-37. He is basically instructing his followers to put their family members to the sword! In Luke 22:36 Jesus commands his followers to buy a sword and in Matthew 12:30 he reveals his totalitarian views by saying "He that is not with me is against me."

  • Kirk "and we know this battle is not against flesh and blood, but against principality and spiritual wickedness in high places. And our weapons are not carnal, but mighty through god and pulling down of strongholds. They are the weapons of faith, the Word, and prayer."

Not weapons of carnal? Look at this page, these were people (Hindus) who were killed for refusing to accepting Christianity by militants armed by Southern Baptist Missionaries. The Christian's choice of weapons: guns, knives, and clubs. Missionaries use tactics such as manhunts, genocide, kidnapping, force labor, forcing captives to perform pornography at gunpoint, and such. This is a battle of flesh and blood across the globe, but overall it is a battle of intellect and emotion. Kirk has proclaimed and instructed on this program to "reach people by speaking to the person's conscience, and circumnavigate the intellect" (basically, shut off your brain).

Battle Principle #1: Know Your Mission

Scene switches to Kirk laying a map on a table.

  • Kirk "we are going to look at military principles that make an army successful. First we must know our objective. If God tells us in his Word what to do and where to go."

Shows Ray next to a map with two forces on it, one green the other red. Ray shows the green army invading the midst of the Red.

  • Ray "The world is in the hands of the enemy. The God of this world has blinded the minds of those who believe not. He came to kill, steal, and destroy. So our aim is to penetrate the strongholds of the enemy with the Word of God, to preach the gospel to every creature. The Bible says the son of man has come to save and seek that which is lost. And if we are followers of Jesus Christ, we should be walking in his steps, seeking that which is lost. Seeking to save people from everlasting Hell and we should never lose sight of that objective."

What is "the enemy"? Ray is intentionally being dishonest by calling the views and personal beliefs of non-Christians as a "god" to make the false appearance they worship and adore their sinful lives. The truth is, these people are happy people with a wide variety of beliefs or lack of beliefs. Look how liberal the churches have become. Religious leaders no longer preach that all our natural actions are sinful. Sex is no longer dirty and wanting someone else is no longer a vice. Times have changed, but if the world has changed so much, why continue to grasp the threads of a dying faith? The Bible is no longer read in Latin. If priests and ministers were to have used the devices to fill their churches on hundred years ago that they use today, they would have been charged with heresy, called devils, perhaps persecuted or excommunicated without hesitation.

Ray says he is trying to save the lost, but the reality is he wants other people to be as lost as he is: lost in a world of fantasy and nonsense. It is true that ministers have done some honorable things such as being at the front lines of peace demonstrations, but their equally dedicated brothers of the cloth from the same seminaries are the ones blessing the bullets and bombs and fighting men as chaplains in the armed forces. Someone is wrong here.

Street Interview: One 2 One

Scene switches to Ray interviewing a man on the street. He asks him where he thinks people go when they die. The man says there is no way of telling until you die, but he believes in a place like Hell and Heaven. The guy thinks he may go to Hell, which is why he prays. Ray jumps onto this and takes him down the are you a good person? routine. And the end, he says he will pray about it.

The question is misleading. Why should someone "go somewhere" after death? Where is the proof that such a thing happens? Instead, Ray plays with the person's fears by Cherry picking the Ten Commandments to make the person feel guilty and worthy of damnation. This is a consciousless tactic, because it begins with a false perquisite that the Bible is true and Ray's concept of Hell is real. The same effect on people's minds can be achieved by using the 5 Pillars of Islam to prove Allah, or the Eightfold Path to prove Buddhism. But first, it must be established that their religion is actually true.

Lesson

Scene switch to show a quote by Charles Spurgeon.

"Brethren, do something; do something, do something! While societies and unions make constitutions, let us win souls. I pray you, be men of action all of you. Get to work and quit yourselves like men. Old Suvarov's idea of war is mine: `Forward and strike! No theory! Attack! Form a column! Charge bayonets! Plunge into the center of the enemy! Our one aim is to win souls; and this we are not to talk about, but do in the power of God!"

It is easy to find a devout Christian preacher to match your message. How about certain Christians that started revolutions, new churches, and a new huge branch of Christianity like Martin Luther. "We are at fault for not slaying them [the Jews]"

"The Jews are the most miserable people on earth. They are plagued everywhere, and scattered about all countries, having no certain resting place. They sit as on a wheelbarrow, without a country, people or government... but they are rightly served, for seeing they refused have Christ and his gospel, instead of freedom they must have servitude."

"Either God must be unjust, or you, Jews, wicked and ungodly. You have been, about fifteen hundred years, a race rejected of God."

"Therefore the blind Jews are truly stupid fools..."

[Martin Luther, "On the Jews and Their Lies", 1543]

"The word and works of God is quite clear, that women were made either to be wives or prostitutes."

[Martin Luther, Works 12.94]

Battle Principle #2: Know Your Weapons

Scene switches to night, with Kirk and Ray behind a man-made ditch.

  • Kirk "Its been said that an army marches on its stomach. It eats well, it has to be strong and healthy. Every soldier must be filled with energy so he can carry out his assigned tasks. His life and those lives around him may depend on that."
  • Ray "Someone says to meditate on God's law both day and night and you shall prosper. The Hebrew word for prosper simply means "to come to maturity" of all the things, we want to prosper is our evangelistic endeavors. So do you read God's law, the Bible, everyday without fail. You may say "well I read it ever other second day" What! You go on 185 days a year without God's law? You may say "Well, I just skip a day here and there. I've been kinda busy." Well, do you do that with your stomach? "Ah, I feel kinda weak. Oh, that's right, I haven't eaten in three days." Oh no, is it true your belly comes before your Bible?

Can you eat the page of the Bible? Sure. Can you get nutrients from it? No. So reading the Bible will not give you energy, it will only give devout Christians motivation and a drive deeper into delusion. However, reading the Bible can have other outcomes. Many many atheists have indeed read the Bible from Genesis to Revelation and concluded this book cannot be the work of a god because it is typical of human mythology. And so, they reject Christianity.

Street Interview: Do You Read Your Bible Everyday?

Scene switches to Ray interviewing several people, asking them the above question. They do not, blaming it on time (some say they know it's no excuse). Most say they do pray everyday. The best excuse Ray heard was from a woman who recently had a baby and had to catch up on her sleep.

At least Ray admits that some excuses are permissible. Finding exceptions for anything is difficult for Ray to accept.

Scene switches back too Ray and Kirk in the man-made ditch.

  • Ray "So soldiers of Christ, swing it around. Say is Job, I have steemed the words of his mouth more than my necessary food." Next, they show a quote from Catherine Booth (wife of William Booth, founder of the Salvation Army),

"Barracks is meant to be a place where real soldiers were to be fed and equipped for war, not a place to settle down in or as a comfortable snuggery in which to enjoy ourselves. I hope that if ever they, our soldiers, do settle down God will burn their barracks over their heads!" Catherine Booth

What a charming thing to say. Does she wish the same fate on forces in barracks during peace? Yes, soldiers are meant to protect their country, but everyone strives for peace.

Scene switches to Ray interviewing two men separately. Each claims to have read the Bible everyday without fail. They want to do what god commanded him to do. The last man says he prays everyday.

Lesson 2: Prayer

Scene switches to Ray and Kirk driving in a Humvee.

  • Ray "Prayer is the line of communication between us and headquarters. It is by that line that we receive supplies for the troops. Ammunition, food, medical supplies, etc. this is why it is essential to keep that line of communication open free from interference, from static. The static of sin. Sin interferes with Earth to Heaven communications.

Nothing fails like prayer. Prayer has no effect nor does it provide any link of communication. Studies have shown that prayer is ultimately ineffective, and prayer is further proven to be a fraud by the mere fact that many people who pray receive different answers, instructions, beliefs, ideas, and such. Example, Mormons talk to God all the time, and people like Dan and Ron Lafferty go off on a murdering quest all because God instructed them to do so. [3] If prayer did connect to a "headquarters" why is it unreliable, so diverse, and even does not provide any useful information? Rather, prayer has been the justification for several theists who commit atrocities such as murder, and claim God (or whatever) willed them to kill.

Both getting out of the Humvee.

Kirk "Prayer is our lifeline to God. Isn't it true that sin kills any confidence of prayer? I mean of you have done something wrong, the last thing you want to do is talk with God. Well then you are caught off from headquarters. You have no way of replenishing supplies, so you find yourself alone in battle and you do not want that to happen. They then provide a quote from Hudson Taylor (a missionary),

"The prayer power has never been tried to its full capacity. If we want to see Divine power wrought in the place of weakness, failure, and disappointment, let us answer God's standing challenge, 'Call unto me, and I will answer thee, and shew thee great and mighty things of which thou knowest not of."

Never been tried to its full capacity? Jesus said if your faith was as little as a mustard seed, your prayer would have the power to move mountains. And not once has any of the most devouted genuine Christian ever performed such a feat, not even grow back amputees, cure cancer, or so much as use prayer to retie their shoelaces. If God did say such a response and made such a promise, then we would expect to see much change in the world, but we don't.

  • Ray "And make sure, as a soldier n Christ, you live as an object of faith rather than a subject of faith. By that I mean that you should not let whatever happens on this earth be the objective of your rejoicing. Where does your joy come from? Is it because things are going good for you? What happens when things go bad? Then you lose your joy. Instead, make it you habit to live your life by an object of faith. Keep in mind what Jesus said to his disciples. He told them they were not to rejoice because demons were subject to them, but to rejoice because their names were written in Heaven. That's an object of faith. Heaven was the object of their rejoicing. Do the same, and if you make Heaven the primary objective of your rejoicing, then no matter what trials come to you on this Earth, you can still rejoice. You can keep your joy and no one can take your joy from you. And the joy of the Lord will be your strength.

What Ray is telling you to do is put your faith in an unproven fictional realm. Since science cannot comment on the supernatural, it cannot prove or disprove Heaven, so Ray is telling people to put their faith in something that cannot be disproven. Sneaky, but science has made many breakthroughs in neuroscience and has discovered there is no reason to believe in a soul that lives on after death.

Do you have faith in god?

Ray interviews the previous man who read the Bible everyday. He says he does have faith. He goes on to explain his experience during and after conversion and repentance. They then ask a second person, who affirms that he does because the promises in the Word is true. He says the book of Proverbs was much help. The third person says yes, because God saved him from Hell.

Scene switch to Kirk.

  • Kirk "so we’re looking at the three principles of an armies success. The first is we must know our objective. The second is knowing the weapons of feeding on the Word, the power of prayer, and the importance of an objective faith. Now we are going to look at the third principle."

Battle Principle #3: Know Your Enemy

Scene switches to Kirk and Ray sitting on top of a tank.

  • Ray "In natural warfare, we must find the strengths and weaknesses of the enemy. To do that, we send out what is called a comprehensive. Now as soldiers of Christ, we do not need to do that because we have a comprehensive manual, the Bible. It tells us we have a three old enemy: The world, the flesh, and the devil."

How is the world an enemy of Christianity? Is Ray admitting that he desires a global war? As for the flesh, Christianity purposely made all the sins of man natural feelings, instincts, and behaviors; making it impossible to escape sin. Just by being born, Christianity claims that you are wicked and are the cause of suffering. The devil is an enemy of Christianity. Acknowledging the devil is a fictional mythological character, should the people fear him? Think of all the men, women, children, and animals who have died because it was "God's will." Certainly a person grieving the untimely loss of a loved one would much rather have their loved one with them than in God's hands. When Christians like Ray or other clergy men say "It was God's will" or "He is in God's hands now, my son" such phrases have been a convenient way for theists to condone or excuse the mercilessness of God.

  • Kirk "The way to deal with the world and the devil is to deal with the flesh. If the flesh is dealt with, then the devil will have no foothold on us and the world will have no attraction to us. It is our flesh that tangles us and hinders us from being good soldiers for Jesus Christ. it is our flesh, like a coward who clings and fears us to run from the battle." They then cite 2 Timothy 2:4.

Our flesh will never be separated from the world, since we are all connected and linked.

As for 2 Timothy (along with 1 Timothy, Titus, Colossians, Ephesians, and 2 Thessalonians) are considered by a vast majority of critical scholars to be pseudonymous -that is they are not written by Paul (meaning it is a forgery). As we all know, forgers have a conscious goal to deceive.

  • Ray "So how can we comfort that simple sinful cowardly nature? The Key is in the war manual." They cite Galatians 6:14. "Christ on the cross is the key to overcoming the fear, the juice, the sinful nature. The betrayer of

Noting that both Kirk and Ray quoted 2 Timothy, a forgery not written by Paul, Galatians 1:8-9 says "If any man preach any other gospel unto you than that ye have received, let him be accursed." If anyone dares to disagree with Paul on religious matters, "let him be accursed." Based on this, both the forger and those who promote it are cursed. Nice job Ray and Kirk for digging yourselves deeper into a hole.

Kirk and Ray then tell a story. A father and son go out camping near a lake. The son wants to go fishing, but the father warns him that the lake is infested with crocodiles, so if he wants to fish he must stay on the dock and not go out on boat. The boy promises and heads off. After three days of waiting and not having caught a single fish, the boy gets on the boat and heads out into the lake. While out there, a hungry crocodile knocks the boat over with its tail, and the boy falls in. Crying for help, his father dives into the lake, swims out, helps his kid onto the boat, but before he could help himself a crocodile bites into his leg and drags him into the water.

Nice story, but it does not portray the real issue with Christianity. In this scenario, the father is like the park ranger and manager. The father purposely put the crocodiles into that lake, as well as the desire in the son to want to go on a boat. The father makes all the park rules, but even though he knows everything, he says he allows campers and hikers to enter and have free will. The father is furious that the hikers and campers continue to bring pets or sunbathe topless, even though the rule says not to. He tells the campers their penalty is to be removed to a complete wasteland. In Christianity, the father purposely sends his own child (the boy) in a boat out into the lake of crocodiles. When the child is eaten, the father then forgives all the other campers for not following the Camp Rules like "No pets allowed" or "Clothing optional" and does not send them away to the wasteland. What kind of father sacrifices his own son for a bunch of campers who want to have a good time but do not follow a rule or two? Or any of the rules? How does that make sacrificing your son justifiable? Did the campers assault the father? No. Did the campers dump toxic chemicals into the water? No.

  • Ray "What I am about to say is unthinkable. Imagine if that son looked at his father and said 'Dad, I really appreciate what you just did for me, but I found it rather exciting out there among the crocodiles, you would not mind if I went out and had another go would you?' For someone to think such a thing, let alone speak of the blind fool had not seen the sacrifice the father just made for him."

The fundamental differences in this story and what Christianity actually teaches is the father is immortal, all-powerful, and is the creator of this whole mess (and he knew about it because he is all-knowing and omnipresent). In this case, the father cannot die no matter what and he purposely put those crocodiles in the water. Nor did the son have the option to choose not to go on the boat and remain on the dock. The father knew everything beforehand, he put a boat next to the dock, and created his son to have such desires and knowing full well his son will exercise those desires. His father basically put the boy in the middle of the lake to be croc food. The father has the power to save his son by making the crocodiles go away forever, but chooses not to. Instead, he decides to have his son watch as he makes the crocodiles he made eat him, but the son knows he is not dead and cannot die. This stunt his father performs is as common and painless as taking a stroll through an open grass field with the wind blowing through your hair, and his father can repeat it many times over as many times as he wishes.

  • Kirk "and if you and I decide to go back into the sinful exciting of the world, we have not seen the sacrifice of the father. If that son had seen what his father just done for him, a sense of horror will consume him at the cost that his father has gone to to save him. He would pour contempt on the very drops of water that still cling to his flesh."

Guilt and appeal to emotion is not a valid argument. This same argument can be used to justify the claims of multiple faiths and religions, such as Krishna and Dionysus.

  • Ray "and the Christian has seen that God in the person of Jesus Christ without hesitation dived into the reservoirs of hell to save him from the falling of sin. A sense of horror consumes some of the cost the father went through to save him. He will be contempt upon the sinful desires still cling to his flesh."

Only in the Bible, a book written by men, says that such a event happened. There is no evidence of such a thing happened, in fact it is more likely that this is simply a myth or fiction.

  • Kirk "After seeing the sacrifice of the father, how could you and I ever go back to the exciting pleasures of sin? To do that, we would have to despise the father's sacrifice and trample underfoot the blood of Jesus Christ. No, in the light of that sacrifice I willfully crucify myself to the world and the world to myself."

There is no sacrifice and we are not returning to a concept called "sin" because it was never there to begin with.

Scene switch to interview with D. James Kennedy, who explains that repentance is a crucial part of evangelism. Next interview is with Ravi Zacharias tells that the gospel must be brought to the whole person, not just parts of them.

Scene switches to an interview with a young woman named Jennifer. Ray starts it off with the are you a good person? tactic. He then uses his court and parachute analogy. The interview cuts there back to Ravi Zacharias who says "How do you appeal to the individual? When you respond to the intellect, it is to respond to the question and clear the air. And ultimately, it is the conscience has to respond by saying 'I'm a sinner. This thing is true. There is a gap between God and me.' And that is why Jesus gave us a brilliant example of this with the woman at the harlot, she had all these theological questions and almost like a fruit gently peeled away one layer after another 'till the seed was exposed and he told her the truth. This once happened in your personal life, you are a broken woman with all these heartaches. She was stunned. She runs back to the village and says 'Come and see the person who knew everything about me.' That is when evangelism is done, it is expose the heart to God and give it the answer from God." Fade away from Ravi to show Jennifer starting to cry. She says she fell away from God and need to go back. Back to Ravi, "So the intellect is an aspect that needs to be addressed, but what you bring them with is what you will bring them to."

  • Ray "So if we are going to reach this world through Jesus Christ, we must not forget these principles, this is not a game, this is not a dress rehearsal. We are talking about rescuing people from an eternal hell."

Ray and Kirk are not rescuing people from anything, only in their fantasy beliefs does a realm such as Hell exists, but not once has a single person ever provided proof of such a place.

Repeat of each principle

Know your mission

  • Kirk "We are soldiers for Christ. We are in a battle for the souls of men and women. Our objective: we want the world to be saved, and for that to happen they must surrender to Jesus Christ. That is our mission and we must never forget it."

The real mission is not saving anyone, but a wide spread control system under the influence of fear, gullibility, and irrationality.

Know your weapons

  • Ray "Remember to read God's law daily. Pray with us, that is your lifeline to God. And have an objective faith that no one can take from you. And keep your eye on Heaven."

Reading the Bible could be useful. The people would not just have to listen to what their pastors cherry-pick to tell them on Sundays, and many people will see the immoral stories and the evidently fiction stories and conclude that religion is nonsense.

Nothing fails like prayer. Prayer is not a lifeline to anything, and there are no gods talking back to us. That void is filled in by people. People with their own biases, corruptions, limitations and agendas. Prayer could provide comfort, but such feelings are no better than that of placebo effects.

Know your enemy

  • Kirk "We know our enemy. Our enemy comes in three folds: the world, the flesh, and the devil. The great key to victory is the cross of Jesus Christ. Remember the ultimate sacrifice that God made for you. Now we must go into battle, prepare to make the ultimate sacrifice for him. we must lay down our lives and fight the good fight."

The real enemy of Kirk and Ray is truth. Yes, Ray and Kirk strongly believe their beliefs are true, but if you have constantly lie to defend your "truths" then you already know your beliefs are not true to begin with. This is why Ray Comfort and Kirk Cameron work tirelessly to minimize critical thinking skills, attack and ridicule science, and promote faith based views onto everyone.


End of program. Credits role along with advertisement for their site for the audience to check out and buy their products.

The Way of the Master
Season One Episodes:

1. The Firefighter   2. The Mirror of the Ten Commandments   3. The Motive of the Sinner   4. The Summary of Salvation   5. Practice What You Preach   6. Idolatry—The Darling Sin of Humanity   7. The Beauty of a Broken Spirit—Atheism   8. WDJD?   9. Blasphemy, Sabbath, Parents   10. Murder   11. Adultery   12. Theft   13. Lie and Covet

Season Two Episodes:

1. God's Wonderful Plan   2. Conscience   3. Alcatraz, Al Capone, Alcohol   4. True and False Conversion   5. When Things Go Wrong   6. The Satanic Influence   7. How to Witness to Someone Who's Homosexual/Gay   8. Evolution   9. How to Witness to a Loved One   10. The Fear of God   11. Ice Breakers—Gospel Tracts   12. The Greatest Gamble  13. How to Get on Fire for God

Season Three Episodes:

1. Battle for the Lost   2. Where Has the Passion Gone?   3. Joe Average   4. Caught in a Lie   5. The Divine Butler   6. Why Christianity?   7. Jehovah's Witness   8. Mormonism   9. Are You A Genius?   10. Last Words of the Rich and Famous   11. How to Find God's Will   12. What Scares You   13. Hollywood Be Thy Name

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Ray Comfort — Kirk Cameron

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