Christopher Hitchens has written a rather nasty book titled, God Is Not Great. Among his various assertion stands out the statement that religion poisons everything. He makes no distinctions among various religions. His is a general condemnation of all religion with a blunt (or perhaps dull) theodicy as his weapon of choice. Michael Novak calls us to take up the challenge and see this as an opportunity. We have discussed apologetics and the need for more disciplined practice of this lost art in our small circle. This article at National Review Online is worth pondering.
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