Prank Letter to Ray Comfort of Living Waters Regarding Atheists


Sent: Monday, March 09, 2009 3:54 PM
To: Living Waters
Subject: pulling the plug on atheism

Dear Ray Comfort:

I have been familiar with the Living Waters Foundation for some time, but was recently introduced to your more action-oriented website I am fascinated by the mixture of humble, self-sacrificing service and deeply reasoned, logical refutations. It is good to see the Foundation entering the fray to combat the dangerous rise of atheism in our nation under God.
I have studied the Gospels thoroughly and, based upon my research, have formulated designs of my own to meet our common enemy. I seek your learned input. Would you, Mr. Comfort, or the Living Waters Foundation support the euthanizing of prominent and outspoken atheists, provided it was carried out humanely by a third party that could not be linked to you?
I await your reply, and offer my thanks for your good works.

God Bless,
Brent Sauvel


Subject: RE: pulling the plug on atheism
Date: Tue, 10 Mar 2009 15:11:01 -0700

Hi Brian,

Good question.

Thanks for your email.

I suggest posting this on Ray Comfort’s blog–he moderates it himself:

Perhaps you’ll get a direct response from Ray.

Trisha Ramos I Living Waters Publications
Administrative Assistant / Living Waters Email Facilitator


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