Is anyone else finding the “deathbed” watch of Christopher Hitchens’ atheism a bit discomforting? Seemingly more important to many is not the death or life of Hitchens himself but the preservation or demise of his atheism. For some atheists (not… Continue Reading →
and the avatars of modernity.
Jacques Berlinerblau, an associate professor and program director at Georgetown University, asks if religious people and atheists can ever have a reasoned discourse? On the Georgetown/On Faith blog he queries: Can an atheist or agnostic commentator discuss any aspect of… Continue Reading →
Christopher Hitchens has a new book “God is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything.” Some things about Mr. Hitchens from Wikipedia: Christopher Eric Hitchens (born April 13, 1949, in Portsmouth, England) is an Anglo-American author, journalist and literary critic. Currently… Continue Reading →