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'''Ray Comfort''' is a [[New Zealand]]-born Christian minister and [[Evangelism|evangelist]].<ref>[http://www.livingwaters.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=26&Itemid=186 About Living Waters], Living Waters, 2008, Retrieved 30 March 2011.</ref> Comfort started Living Waters Publications and ''[[The Way of the Master]]'' in [[Bellflower, California]] and has written a number of books.
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'''Ray Comfort''' has down syndrome and is a [[New Zealand]] born Christian minister and [[Evangelism|evangelist]].<ref>[http://www.livingwaters.com/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=26&Itemid=186 About Living Waters], Living Waters, 2008, Retrieved 30 March 2011.</ref> Comfort started Living Waters Publications and ''[[The Way of the Master]]'' in [[Bellflower, California]] and has written a number of books.
   
 
==Early life and career==
 
==Early life and career==
Comfort was born to a Jewish mother and a father who he described as "a Gentile [who] was open to the things of God".<ref name=cz/> According to Comfort's autobiography, his parents put "Methodist" on his birth certificate because his mother feared the possibility of "another Hitler", but he was given no religious instruction as a child.<ref name=cz>{{cite book|last=Comfort|first=Ray|title=Out of the Comfort Zone: The Authorized Autobiography|year=2003|publisher=Bridge-Logos Publishers|isbn=978-0-88270-943-7|pages=123, 202}}</ref> After finishing high school at 17, he worked in a bank, and began a successful business when he was 20. He became increasingly religious, and at 22 began seven years training at a local church, after which he was ordained as a full-time pastor. He then spent three and a half years pastoring in [[Christchurch]], New Zealand, and 12 years preaching open-air in the city's [[Speaker's Corner]].<ref name =RayBlog>{{cite web | url=http://raycomfortfood.blogspot.com/2011/03/atheists-question-my-education.html | title=Ray's Blog}}</ref> Beyond this, he has no formal training or theological degree.<ref name="Nightline2007page3">{{cite news | url=http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/story?id=1735434&page=3 | title=Kirk Cameron, From Sitcom Star to Evangelist (page 3) | publisher=[[Nightline (US news program)|Nightline]] |date= 17 March 2006 | first=Martin | last=Bashir | accessdate =17 May 2007}}</ref> In his mid-20s, he began receiving invitations to speak internationally. In 1989, he accepted an invitation to join the pastoral staff at the non-denominational Calvary Chapel in Southern California.<ref name =RayBlog/> Ray Comfort nonetheless identifies himself as a Jew.<ref name="Jew"/>
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Comfort was born with down syndrome to a Jewish mother and a father who he described as "a Gentile [who] was open to the things of God".<ref name=cz/> According to Comfort's autobiography, his parents put "Methodist" on his birth certificate because his mother feared the possibility of "another Hitler", but he was given no religious instruction as a child.<ref name=cz>{{cite book|last=Comfort|first=Ray|title=Out of the Comfort Zone: The Authorized Autobiography|year=2003|publisher=Bridge-Logos Publishers|isbn=978-0-88270-943-7|pages=123, 202}}</ref> After finishing high school at 17, he worked in a bank, and began a successful business when he was 20. He became increasingly religious, and at 22 began seven years training at a local church, after which he was ordained as a full-time pastor. He then spent three and a half years pastoring in [[Christchurch]], New Zealand, and 12 years preaching open-air in the city's [[Speaker's Corner]].<ref name =RayBlog>{{cite web | url=http://raycomfortfood.blogspot.com/2011/03/atheists-question-my-education.html | title=Ray's Blog}}</ref> Beyond this, he has no formal training or theological degree.<ref name="Nightline2007page3">{{cite news | url=http://abcnews.go.com/Nightline/story?id=1735434&page=3 | title=Kirk Cameron, From Sitcom Star to Evangelist (page 3) | publisher=[[Nightline (US news program)|Nightline]] |date= 17 March 2006 | first=Martin | last=Bashir | accessdate =17 May 2007}}</ref> In his mid-20s, he began receiving invitations to speak internationally. In 1989, he accepted an invitation to join the pastoral staff at the non-denominational Calvary Chapel in Southern California.<ref name =RayBlog/> Ray Comfort nonetheless identifies himself as a Jew.<ref name="Jew"/>
   
 
==''The Way of the Master'' ministry==
 
==''The Way of the Master'' ministry==
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