Evangelist Ray Comfort is set to release his apologetic film "The Atheist Delusion" this Friday, and in an interview with Hemant Mehta of "The Friendly Atheist" blog, said that he is convinced Hell is a very real place that people are in danger of ending up in.
When asked in the interview how he would judge the success of the film, Comfort responded: "I believe with every ounce of my being that Hell is a very real place. I know that is offensive and that it almost always brings scorn with it. It was Penn Jillette who asked how much we would have to hate someone if we believed that Hell was real and didn't warn him," he said, referring to his conversation with the atheist author.
Comfort added: "So with that thought in mind, what is 'success' to me with this movie? I'm not sure that I can adequately answer that. If you were a firefighter trying to save 10 people from death and managed to save two, is that a success?" more >>
Tim LaHaye, pastor and co-author of the best-selling Left Behind book series, has died at age 90 following a severe stroke.
LaHaye became a notable name in End Times literature when he co-authored alongside Jerry B. Jenkins the 16-book series which sold over 50 million copies.
In an announcement posted Monday on LaHaye's Facebook page, it was reported that the pastor and author died at a San Diego hospital. more >>
Best-selling author Tim LaHaye has reportedly suffered a severe stroke and might not recover, according to the Oklahoma-based group Prophecy Watchers.
The organization posted a message on Facebook Sunday stating that the 90-year-old co-author of the best-selling Left Behind book series suffered a stroke.
"We received some … very sad news this morning. Tim LaHaye has had a very bad stroke and may not recover," read the Facebook post. "Tim has been a friend and supporter of our ministry from our launch day almost two years ago." more >>
Warner Bros. stunned the audience after it dropped the first trailer of the star-studded "Justice League" movie at the San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) 2016 on Saturday. While it received praises for its lighthearted tone, some DC Comics fans were wondering why Superman did not appear in the teaser.
A Shift From Warner Bros.' Dark Superhero Movies
The past superhero movie collaborations of Warner Bros. and DC Cinematic Universe have been widely criticized for being overly dark and dreary. However, the new teaser of the highly anticipated "Justice League," which is deemed as DC's answer to Marvel's highly successful "Avengers" series, veered from the usual dark and sad approach. more >>
The new international trailer of "Moana," the upcoming CG-animated feature by Walt Disney Animation Studios, has showcased an adorable side of the musical fantasy-adventure movie. The short clip also introduced one significant character of the story – the Pacific Ocean.
Princess Moana Meets The Water For The First Time
Released on July 20, the one-minute international trailer gave a glimpse to the childhood of Princess Moana Waialiki, the cherubic titular character of the Disney film. Baby Moana is seen enjoying the beach when a sentient ocean started to play along with her. The fun was cut short after a voice called the baby princess. more >>
"Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" has been a blockbuster in the big screen. In fact, Zach Snyder did a fantastic job with the movie. But beautiful as it may have seem, there are lots of issues revealed in the "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" Honest Trailer.
The Honest Trailer is out, and it shows brutal and unmerciful events of the film. The trailer would give viewers different views as to how it was shown. In fact, the narrator had introduced the honest trailer as "a cool new Batman movie trapped inside a boring convoluted Superman sequel, trapped inside whatever cartoon Lex Luthor is from."
Others find the honest trailer humorous since it showed that the hero that would dominate is Batman. With the Honest Trailer revealed, fans and critics have differing opinions about it. more >>