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I have emerged from my cave ...

to commend to your attention a recent review of Hitchens' God is Not Great, penned by a theist.

Even as an unbeliever, I must confess to a sort of embarrassment over the recent spate of atheistic manifestos. I'm no fan of Dick Dawkins (The Blind Calumniator), and have not been favorably impressed by Sam Harris' anti-theistic writing either. While I admire Hitchens a great deal, I believe that, by venturing into this territory, he's decidedly out of his element . There is such a thing - a rare thing, indeed - as a profound atheism, but I have yet to detect evidence of it in the polemics of the aforesaid atheistic evangelists.

I'm now off to Alaska, but hope to get the 'ol quill more regularly in hand, here at my blog, in a few weeks time

June 27, 2007 | Permalink


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You emerge from your cave after a long hibernation, then go to Alaska? Isn't that a little bit out of sequence?

Posted by: Aaron at Jun 27, 2007 4:50:44 PM


Posted by: Paul Craddick at Jul 11, 2007 10:55:02 AM

Paul, have a good time in Alaska. Where are you going?

Posted by: roger at Jul 11, 2007 6:49:26 PM

Yeah, have a good time there!!!

Posted by: Alan at Jan 26, 2012 5:13:04 AM