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Reaction to '180' movie: 'I was overwhelmed with power of truth'
The intensely stunning new production from author, evangelist and street preacher Ray Comfort has drawn more than 600,000 views in just a few days, and hundreds more are purchasing a copy for their home.
And the reactions have been flooding in.
"I watched this today – three times," wrote Sonya Shirk. "Each time I was overwhelmed with the power of truth. I have shared this everywhere I can think of. I can't begin to tell you how this video has changed my perspective."
Added another poignantly, and to the point: "Your film just led a 17-year-old girl away from abortion."
"I am very thankful for the Internet," Comfort told WND. "It is so often used for evil, but in this case it is being used for good. In just 10 days 180Movie.com has had over 600,000 views.
"Keep in mind that this isn't a one-minute humorous clip that doesn't bite into your day. This is a commitment of 33 minutes of intense film, giving the viewer a rollercoaster ride of emotions," he said.
For those quick with math, that's more than 12,500 days that have been dedicated to watching "180." Or more than 34 years.
"In an age where there's more chance of flossing the back teeth of hungry lions at the LA Zoo at feeding time than getting '180' on secular television, millions are going to see it uncensored via the Internet … and many will change their minds about abortion," he said.
Wrote one viewer, "It's so powerful. And although I have thought about abortion and Hitler on a passing note, this really made me think and did change my mind about abortion. I am not Christian or even know if God exists but this really does make you think. Thank you, it could be life-changing."
Another: "The day after wearing a 180movie T-shirt to school, my daughter found out fellow classmates had seen the shirt and went to the site. Several commented they had never really thought about the issue of abortion but now know it's wrong."
Of course, Comfort noted, there's another perspective. He cited this comment, "You rude anti-choice pig! Pro-choice doesn't mean pro-death; Pro-choice just means freedom for women to choose! If you don’t want abortion, don't get one! Oh, and no one cares about that stupid 180 *$@!*! Grow up, you zombified, conservatarded hypocrite!"
"These emails make me smile, because when a person has no justification for the killing of a child in the womb, they will resort to personal abuse, something called 'ad hominem,'" Comfort said.