SANTA MONICA, CA - Security and smart home manufacturer Ring recently announced a new version of its innovative video doorbell. The Debate Ring Pro is designed to engage in theological arguments with visitors from other religious backgrounds. When the video monitoring software detects LDS missionaries or Jehovah's Witnesses, for example, the device gently, but firmly recites verses supporting the deity of Jesus Christ and other defenses for orthodox theology.
"It's one of the most common front-door conversations in our country," said Ring founder and chief inventor James Siminoff. "So we knew we had to do something to address it. Now instead of having an uncomfortable religious discussion with strangers, you can let your doorbell do it."
The response algorithm generates solid rebuttals for the most common heretical doctrines, like that of Christ being an angel. "Scripture clearly tells us to worship Jesus, yet as demonstrated in Revelation 19, angels do not nor should not receive worship."
If the debate gets too heated, the smart doorbell simply backs down and says, "Listen, I don't think we're going to solve this issue today. Let's just agree to seek the Scriptures faithfully and commit to praying for each other."
The device can also be set to Evangelist Mode, which explains the "Romans Road" to visitors and leads food delivery drivers in the sinner's prayer before payment is made.