Worth watching again

Christopher Hitchens was very instrumental in my de-conversion. I couldn’t use apologetics to refute his claims.

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  1. The Bethlehem farce does lend itself to the notion that there might have been a “charismatic, deluded individual” wandering around preaching apocalypse.

    Great points on the fundamental immorality of the message, too. Crisis cultists are never stable people, and if there’s one thing true today that was true yesterday it’s that there will always be crisis cultists.


  2. Thanks for the comments, John. I attended a family Easter Luncheon Sunday and one of my nieces was saying, ” We are living in the End Times” . Ugh !


  3. There is something about Hitch that makes him so eminently watchable; for me, at any rate. I know some folk aren’t too keen on him, but he reminds of those cops in old time films that would say, “Just the facts Ma’am, just the facts.”
    He is sorely missed.


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