Christopher Hitchens

Latest stories

1h
Christian Today
The burning issue: Why the Church has got to start talking about hellwho were concerned that they did not have any real teaching about hell. Everyo
The burning issue: Why the Church has got to start talking about hell
Christian Today / Posted an hour ago
who were concerned that they did not have any real teaching about hell. Everyone from the Jehovah's Witnesses to Christopher Hitchens wants to tell us that either Jesus did not teach about hell, or if he did it has been terribly... Read more
6d
Times of Malta
Preserving conversationtowards those who wish to dictate the limits of debate for their own motives, b
Preserving conversation
Times of Malta / Posted 6 days ago
towards those who wish to dictate the limits of debate for their own motives, be it financial or social. As the late Christopher Hitchens said: “Do not take comfort in the false security of consensus, as you may find that you’re on the wrong... Read more
7d
The Boy Hotspur
Eriksen Proving ‘Poch + Levy = Mediocrity?’ – Harry Hotspurminds as grown ups, we realise that this is in fact hokum. “Human decency is n
Eriksen Proving ‘Poch + Levy = Mediocrity?’ – Harry Hotspur
The Boy Hotspur / Posted 7 days ago
minds as grown ups, we realise that this is in fact hokum. “Human decency is not derived from religion. It precedes it.” – Christopher Hitchens, God Is Not Great: How Religion Poisons Everything. Supporting a football team is frightening similar... Read more
11d
The Jewish Week
Critics Still Targeting Wieselis a place of refuge, and the insurance policy for Jews in the future.” Wiesel
Critics Still Targeting Wiesel
The Jewish Week / Posted 11 days ago
is a place of refuge, and the insurance policy for Jews in the future.” Wiesel was raked by others, as well. In 2001, Christopher Hitchens wrote in The Nation: “Is there a more contemptible poseur and windbag than Elie Wiesel?” Hitchens... Read more
16d
San Francisco Chronicle
Grace Prien, longtime Chronicle society columnist, dies at 101residents. The Monday Group’s speakers have included power brokers and other in
Grace Prien, longtime Chronicle society columnist, dies at 101
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
residents. The Monday Group’s speakers have included power brokers and other influential people such as the late polemicist Christopher Hitchens, economist Paul Erdman, and Carmen Policy, who once ran the San Francisco 49ers, to name a few. Chris... Read more
19d
The Forward
For Binyamin, Going #OffTheDerech Is Wrenching Yet Liberating Jewish Journeyfor his “personal mental health.” He began to “medicate” with treatises by some
For Binyamin, Going #OffTheDerech Is Wrenching Yet Liberating Jewish Journey
The Forward / Posted 19 days ago
for his “personal mental health.” He began to “medicate” with treatises by some of the world’s most well-known atheists: Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins, Daniel Dennett. Though he identifies as an atheist, to this day he has a complicated... Read more
25d
The Atlantic
Donald Trump: Just Another Sinner, Born Againstories that they had been converted. Most recently, a Christian author has wri
Donald Trump: Just Another Sinner, Born Again
The Atlantic / Posted 25 days ago
stories that they had been converted. Most recently, a Christian author has written a book claiming the outspoken atheist Christopher Hitchens considered converting to Christianity at the end of his life. Before Hitchens, evangelicals described... Read more
3 related stories
29d
The Hendersonville Times-News
Stocks of local interestNeed to Start Signing * Complete Beginner's Guide * 800+ Signs,” Russell Scott
Stocks of local interest
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 29 days ago
Need to Start Signing * Complete Beginner's Guide * 800+ Signs,” Russell Scott Rosen and James W. Guido

“The Faith of Christopher Hitchens: The Restless Soul of the World's Most Notorious Atheist,” Larry Alex Taunton

“The Fever of 1721:... Read more

30d
Slate
How the European Union Blew Itbeen a hard project to root for in its actual form: endlessly bureaucratic, una
How the European Union Blew It
Slate / Posted 30 days ago
been a hard project to root for in its actual form: endlessly bureaucratic, unaccountable, and arrogant. As columnist Christopher Hitchens once mockingly pointed out, it’s a body whose constitution begins not with something along the lines of... Read more
1m
The New Zealand Herald
Paul Thomas: Final navigation through world's conundrumsHoppe's thesis that democracy is "the god that failed". For parting words I ca
Paul Thomas: Final navigation through world's conundrums
The New Zealand Herald / Posted a month ago
Hoppe's thesis that democracy is "the god that failed". For parting words I can't improve on these from the late Christopher Hitchens, the greatest columnist/essayist of our time, delivered at his final public appearance: "There are no... Read more

People in this news