The Atheist Delusion

DVD Release: July 29, 2016
The Atheist Delusion


From Living Waters, creators of the award-winning TV program “The Way of the Master” and the hit movies “180” and “Evolution vs. God,” comes the powerful film “The Atheist Delusion.” Executive produced by TV co-host and best-selling author Ray Comfort (“Hell’s Best Kept Secret,” “Scientific Facts in the Bible”).

Having to prove the existence of God to an atheist is like having to prove the existence of the sun at noon on a clear day. Yet millions are embracing the foolishness of atheism. “The Atheist Delusion” pulls back the curtain and reveals what is going on in the mind of those who deny the obvious. It introduces you to a number of atheists, who you will follow, as they go where the evidence leads, find a roadblock, and enter into a place of honesty that is rarely seen on film.

Dove Review

“The Atheist Delusion” features Ray Comfort who talks kindly, intelligently, and boldly to several people of various ages and asks them if they are atheists or not. When they answer affirmatively, Ray shows them an intelligently written and designed book, loaded with photos. He asks them if the book just happened from nothing or if a designer was involved. He makes the point that there is an Intelligent Designer, who has put DNA in every living human, animal, bird and living organism.

This marvelous documentary features graphs and illustrations of various animals, such as elephants, birds, lions, and sheep. Comfort connects with everyone with whom he speaks, and several of them promise to think about God and make a decision. One young man prays with him on the spot. When he asks them if they have ever sinned (broken any one of the Ten Commandments), he makes the point that no one is “good” or perfect within himself or herself. We all need a savior. This wonderful and compelling film is a fantastic tool to utilize in church and for friends, co-workers, and family members. We are enthusiastically awarding it our “Faith-Friendly” Seal for ages 12-plus. As Comfort points out, the truth of God is good news, for it offers hope.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: The killing of the Nazis is mentioned and how some Nazis laughed when young girls were hanged.
Sex: Comments about some people who watch pornography and lust after women, but God forgives.
Language: There are several references to "Hell" as a biblical place in the film; OMG is mentioned as a phrase many people say.
Violence: The killing of the Nazis is mentioned and how some Nazis laughed when young girls were hanged.
Drugs: None
Nudity: Kids in swimwear, and a photo shows several people on a beach in swimwear; athletes in shorts.
Other: A woman on TV mistakenly believes all religions are about doing good, but one woman in a clip at the end points out it is by God's grace through faith that we are saved and not by our good works; a man says he wouldn't mind committing suicide; some people think it is senseless to believe in God, but some change their views after speaking with Comfort.


Company: Living Waters Publications
Director: Ray Comfort
Genre: Documentary
Runtime: 62 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter