Not too many people know that John Lennon met Paul McCartney while at a church function or that John was a choirboy. Nor do they know that at the height of their fame in 1965, all four Beatles professed to be atheists. Yet in 1980 John proudly stated that they were more popular than Jesus, to humbly saying. "I'm a most religious fellow . . I was brought up a Christian and I only now understand some of the things that Christ was saying in those parables." George Harrison wrote, "I want to find God. I'm not interested in material things, this world, fame--I'm going for the real goal." Ringo said, "For me, God is in my life. I don't hide from that." In the 1990s Paul said, "I'm not religious, but I'm very spiritual." He prayed for his wife when she was having trouble giving birth to their daughter, and his 2001 song "Freedom" spoke of freedom as "a right given by God." He also said, "God wouldn't have given us tears if He didn't want us to cry." Little has been said of the spiritual side of the world's most famous music group, but in author, Ray Comfort’s discussion with “Brother Craig” about his new book, “The Beatles, God, and the Bible”, he reveals the unique and fascinating insight into the spirituality of the Fab Four. Bestselling author of more than 60 books, Ray Comfort is the founder/president/CEO of Living Waters Publications (LWP), an internationally recognized ministry, reaching the lost and equipping Christians with the necessary resources to fulfill the great commission. In addition, Ray is co-host (with actor Kirk Cameron) of the award-winning television program "The Way of the Master," which airs in 70 countries around the world, and he is co-host of a daily radio program by the same name on the Sirius Satellite Radio Network and hundreds of terrestrial stations.
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