When it comes to liars for Jesus, there is none greater than Ray Comfort. Take a look at his answer to the FFRF’s billboards, a billboard promoting his new non-interactive anti-atheist site:
Let’s start with the obvious… An atheist is someone who does not believe the existence of deities.
The atheists I know aren’t addle-minded enough to suppose that nothing “made” something. But for Comfort, the use of this type of language sets the stage for his creation (or intelligent design) agenda. It is irrelevant to him [Ray Comfort] whether what he is saying is true. But what better way to introduce his house builder analogy, which, if he told the truth about what atheists think, would prove to be a non sequitur.
Truer words have never been spoken. Ray Comfort really does not care if what he says is true. As long as it fits his agenda he’ll say it.