Ray Comfort Creator of the '180 Documentary' is Appearing on TBN's Praise the Lord Episode to Speak on New Film 'Noah'

William RameauJan 22, 2014 06:22 PM EST

World famous televangelist Ray Comfort will be a special guest on the January 23rd episode of TBN's flagship music and ministry show, Praise the Lord.

"Way of The Master" co-host Ray Comfort, along with co-host Kirk Cameron are both known for their brutally honest yet loving style of sharing the gospel, which has made them some of the most admired evangelists globally. His thought-stimulating pro-life film, "180: Changing the Heart of a Nation," was watched by more than 4.3 million YouTube viewers.

Comfort has revealed his strong faith in Jesus Christ in some of the world's most threatening locations. He had heated discussions with some atheists at Yale and other influential universities. He also spoke to people about their beliefs on jam-packed streets in the world's most popular cities. He also defended his Christian faith on multiple nationalized news programs including ABC's Nightline.

In addition, Comfort has written over 60 books including, "You can Lead an Atheist to Evidence But You Can't Make Him Think" and "Evolution: A Fairy Tale For Grownups." These books along with other writings have made him a popular lecturer in both Christian and secular forums.

"Our ministry exists solely to share Jesus Christ with a dying world and to equip Christians to do the same," said Comfort in a press release.

TBN Vice President Matthew Crouch explained why he chose Comfort as a guest on tomorrow's episode of Praise the Lord.

"Ray's challenging message about the importance of sharing our faith is one every believer should hear," said Crouch in a press release. "We're excited to have him as a guest on TBN's Praise the Lord."

In addition, Comfort will talk about the new Noah movie that his ministry Living Waters will debut on March 28, which is the same day Hollywood will release its translation of the same biblical story starring Russell Crowe.

"Theirs is rightly billed as 'fiction' -- with Noah being painted as an evil character," said Comfort in a press release. "Ours is based on the truth of Holy Scripture."

Comfort joined guests Dr. Phillip Goudeaux, Pastor Jim Reeve, Pastor Kenny Foreman Jr., with music by Vicki Yohe, as Dwight Thompson hosted TBN's award-winning music and ministry show Praise the Lord, Thursday January 23rd at 10 p.m. E.S.T.


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