Christopher Hitchens

  1. May 11th, 2011 at 03:25
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    I filled in the title for this post. I think you either forgot or didn’t have time to fix it.

  2. Nic
    March 10th, 2012 at 00:11
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    If you die tomorrow this world will be at an immediate end… And this world is petty considered to what comes after this world.

    the message sent which Hitchens says is rediculous..

    1. “The Creator is perfect and righteous, you are not. Be sorry, your afterlife is at hand (close by) and you could miss out. The most powerful being wants you to be apart of his family and rule his glorious kingdom, but because you are not good you must make yourself good in his eyes. Righteousness is not attained but it is gift which you will be lead to by accepting GODs great gift which is The sacrifice and rage and torture he poured on his most beloved (Jesus) which pays for all the things you have done wrong; not only this but acceptance of this gift will become/earn you GODs Holy Spirit of truth which comes through him and through Jesus and will guide you down the path of righteousness”

    As Jesus said “you can recognize people for what they are by the fruits of there labour”.

    Actions and produce of the least of the followers of Jesus and his commandments gives more then enough evidence to show who has the truth and who is good and righteous: Hitchens vs. Jesus…. its no contest..

    • Junno Caron
      April 29th, 2013 at 12:14
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      Nic, you’re an ignorant fool!

      • Owenboy
        October 15th, 2013 at 11:50
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        I agree with Junno!

  3. FreeThinker
    July 24th, 2012 at 15:10
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    Hitchens spoke from the heart and mind. He was more articulate than any pastor, more sagacious than any cleric and feared more by ‘the godly’ than beelzibub himself. The Hitch was more powerful in the minds of the faithful than God, Satan, Heaven, Hell or Earth combined…

  4. Casey
    June 2nd, 2013 at 15:36
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    • Ian
      June 2nd, 2013 at 15:39
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      No he isn’t. Hell doesn’t exist.

      • Casey
        July 29th, 2013 at 23:43
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        you will be judged by the measure which you judge buddy who shares my name.

  5. Con
    October 11th, 2013 at 02:21
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    Why is it that the “loving” Christians are the ones who seem to delight in having the rest of us “rotting in hell”. Enjoy your beliefs if they help you, but go easy on those of us who love one another.

  6. Owenboy
    October 15th, 2013 at 11:48

    Erm, ..Casey..where is hell and your proof that it exists? Also Where is God and scientific proof of that too?

  7. James
    October 29th, 2013 at 17:26

    Look guys, you mean well trying to convince the religious of the error of their ways – but you’re wasting your time.

    As Francis Xavier of the Jesuit order is quoted as saying:-
    “give me the child until he is seven years old , it doesn’t matter who has him after that”

    Once this nonsense is ingrained in the young there’s not much we can do about it. That’s why religions are always so closely involved with primary schools etc.

    • Mike
      March 18th, 2014 at 13:31

      Just to get this straight your strengthening your atheistic argument with the quote of a saint ? I think St Francis, and James, may have been a bit deluded.
      If that is indeed the case why all over the world do you have large numbers of people who become atheist only after they move away from home, essentially when they grow up, they stop believing in their parents God.
      I believed in God when I was 7, I can still remember what it felt like, I dont believe in him anymore ?
      Quoting St Francis has no more weight to me than any other number of ‘saints’ so deigned by the Roman Catholic Church of God. To think that a person is fully formed and finished at 7 is moronic,seriously logic FFS.